husbands ex gf need a rant pls

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by Mummylou23, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. Mummylou23

    Mummylou23 Well-Known Member

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    Well we came to see mil today his ex turned up with dh kid. she gave me right evils and looked straight at bump and asked if dh was outside i said yes so she got up and said don't worry won't keep him long i said don't bother me he married me not u plus am having his beautiful daughter and she walked out to speak to him anyway she c ame backshe dll she caught bump hard with her bagon purpose why does she have to be immature etc she hated us getting wed dh sai do ud she isnt happy cos he metme and having baby wat u Think
     
  2. Star7890

    Star7890 New mummy

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    Maybe its best if you dont speak at all? x
     
  3. purplelilly

    purplelilly Well-Known Member

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    sounds like a major case of jealousy, hon. Try not to let it get to you. She's def not worth the stress she just knows she lost out on a good man. I'd keep my distance especially after the bag thing. She's not a part of your immediate life.
     
  4. themaybaby

    themaybaby Well-Known Member

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    Bahh! Just ignore her.. But respect her, you must respect everyone... I don't talk to my OHs ex, but I respect her, and wouldn't say anything rude or childish to her. Just be the bigger person.
     
  5. Noirin

    Noirin Well-Known Member

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    maybe u should have hit her a slap across the face? i would have if she breathed near my bump!! prob best try to be civil tho for the kids sake at the end of the day hes ur HUSBAND and nothing she says or does will change that
     
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    petra_isis Active Member

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    i just thought the same, and probably it is the very best to do exactly that
     
  7. happygal

    happygal mum of 3

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    to be fair i think it sounds a bit childish on both sides. when she said she wouldn't keep him long i don't think there was any need for the he married me not you comment.
    as others have said,if neither of you can keep it polite and civil maybe its best not to speak at all x
     
  8. Jen_xx

    Jen_xx Bun in the Oven

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    Wait, she intentionally hit your bump? I'm sorry, I'm a tad confused....
    Your comment wasn't needed. Sometimes it's better to think than to speak. But she wasn't being much of an adult either.

    I'd say your DH and her should keep it about the child, she should mind her own, and you should ignore her ignorance. She is obviously jealous, and showing how pathetic she truly is.

    If she did bump your bump in someway though I'd have "accidently" punched her in the throat. :)
     
  9. babyoneill

    babyoneill mother to Amber and Lexie and Jack

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    OMG that is disgusting the cheeky b**ch how dare she,, next time u see her trip her up or perpose hahahaaha x
     
  10. deafgal

    deafgal Guest

    I agree, you did not have to say you are married to him and having his child. but she should not have done what she done either.
     
  11. beccad

    beccad June Bugs

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    To be fair, it sounds a little childish on both sides, what you and she said.

    You're her child's step mother and she has to have you in her life whether she wants it or not. She probably doesn't like the idea that someone else has a partial role in mothering her child at times. No excuse for bad behaviour, though. You don't need to rise to it either though...
     
  12. wishingonastar

    wishingonastar Well-Known Member

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    Agreed...she was bang out of line if she intentionally made contact with your bump; however you IMO antagonised her unnecessarily. Nothing justifies violence esp with a baby involved but perhaps work on not saying anything to her next time...?
     
  13. Mummylou23

    Mummylou23 Well-Known Member

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    i have normally been civil when seen her said hi hows u etc and stuff to keep it peacefull but today she was just like none of that i said hi to her when saw her she just give me right evils and made a dash of DH and when i asked him what she wanted he wouldnt say. she doesnt normallly bother me i dont normally see her maybe once or twice as DH normally picks him up but i am not going to bother going down i will see step son when he brings him to ours i think best on both parts and agree maybe i didnt help matters with my comment `
     
  14. sandilion

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    Yeah ignore the evil glares, that's just normal for jealous women to do and pouring more fuel by saying what you said will only make the situation worse. You're better off being the bigger person and just shrug off her drama because its of no concern to you. You're right, he married you not her so there is really no need to let her get to you.

    I would just avoid being around her, now that she is well stirred up she may try to hit your stomach again. She sounds unstable, you don't need to be dealing with that. Your hubby has a DD with her so he really has no choice but to deal with her, but you surely don't.
     

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