Not much activity is going on on this discussion board like the other ones. What's up with that? anyways, I thught I'd check in. hw is everone and your little ones? My boys are getting so grown! My ne year old is eveloping his own personality and right now he's in this phase where it takes me like 30 minutes to feed him....he'll turn away when he sees the spoon or act stubborn and keep his mouth shut. It's frustrating but amusing sometimes. Gotta love em. lol.View Thread
Well, my first child was conceived during my first encounter with his father. His excuse for not taking care of his responsibility was the fact that we disn't know each other....he was also mad that I didn't get a abortion. As far as my second child, his father purposely got me pregnant and then I found out a little before I had "pregnancy symptoms" that he and our relationship was a bunch of lies. Great story huh? Lol.View Thread
Hello all, I'm 23 yrs old and have two boys (ages 3 1/2 and 1 yrs old). It's a struggle like all you know to juggle home life and work. It's also hard to date when you have fear that your kids will get attached and the relationship ends up failing. I'm just trying to make sense of how to date while still protecting my boys just in case whomever isn't the one for me.View Thread
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