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Discussion in 'Single Parents' started by rollalr, Sep 6, 2009.

  1. rollalr

    rollalr Member

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    I'm a teen mom, baby 'daddy' is not involved whatsoever. we broke up last december, and he decided he did not want to be a part of my son's life. its his choice, i'm really okay with it ladada. haha. but i'm getting pretty serious with a guy i'm seeing now. when we go out, i bring my son (landon) along too. (i feel bad leaving him with my parents all the time, and the guy i'm seeing, tommy, is absolutely wonderful with landon)

    i just fear landon will get attached and things ending poorly? landon is almost 6 months so i really don't know how much he picks up on. i have other guy friends that landon is around. but they don't hold & play with landon the way tommy does. any one have any ideas?

    tommy & i go out with landon two weekends of the month all three days. (he travels with his work) but landon really likes him. i know he won't realize this now. but i don't want him thinking tommy is his father & then tommy and I not working out.

    Landon has never met his birth father, by the way. And again, birth father not involved whatsoever.
     
  2. bloodbinds

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    Ohh, this is difficult :-/

    Use your judgement - what i am going to do is not introduce my baby to any man in my life unless i know it's serious. I'm happy for my baby to meet friends etc because i know they are always going to be around really, but boyfriend wise i would be making sure he's going to stick around for the long haul before i introduce them i think x
     
  3. purpledahlia

    purpledahlia Mummy

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    yeah id be needing to know its going somewhere before having days out with baby and him etc
     

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