you poor thing! you sound so confused, although I don't know exactly what you are going through the best advice I can give is listen to your heart. You do what you feel you want to do or not do. Maybe your ex has realised how much he misses you and his son and whatever he has done he wants to make it better (not taking sides just what it sounds like to me)
good luck with everything, and do what makes you happy you say you still love him do you still love him for the person you feel in love with or because he is your sons father?
I hope I have helped! if you want to email me my address is firstname.lastname@example.org
all the best and let us know how you go
melissa, vic, Patrick 2.5 & Laura 15 months
I have not been in your situation before either, but I do think you are wise not to rush into things. I am glad that you are open to perhaps making a new start with your baby's father, but you need to protect yourself too. It could also be very confusing for your son if Daddy was to be back full time and then maybe be gone again. If this is likely it would probably be best to play it cool for a while. You don't want two broken hearts to deal with, yours and your sons. I agree to follow your instincts and take it day by day. I really pray that things will work out for all of you. Regardless of your relationship with this man, you are forever tied together by your son. It would be great to work it out so that he is part of his life.
Domestic Goddess Mum of Four!
mother to Hannah born August 9 2003
i am a person who grew up without her dad and i think its made a huge difference in my life. he has seen me about 3 times i remember in 23 yrs this october.
he never made the effort and i was told when he did my step father made it difficult (which i didn't know)
its a great idea you're putting it into a savings account for her. what made you think of that?
i can understand you wanting to tell him to take i hike i would too if i was in your boots.
Narelle, Eilish 5th june 2002 TTC since dec 2002