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I live on the southside of Brisbane and was wondering if there were any single mums that wanted to catch up. I'm new to motherhood and still getting use to it all slowly. What I really don't understand is how my babies father doesn't really show any interest in her. She's nealy 7 weeks old now and he's messaged me a couple of times to ask how my baby is.
Hi I'm 21 and a single mummy from the north side of brisbane. We dont even speak to my babies father and he denied being the father until 2 weeks ago when he met my son for the first time and then tried to call himself dad and say his son but he wants to go away and come back when DS is 2.5 and i said your either here now or never and he chose never.
It's terrible that they don't want a part of something so wonderful but it's their loss. You know how beautiful and wonderful your baby is and they're the ones missing out on it all.
Hey. I'm 20 and a single mum. We are living on the northside atm but will be moving back over to the southside soon (hopefully) . My ex isn't involved either, although i am quite happy about this considering the type of person he is.
If you ever want to chat feel free to PM me.
I am on the southside of Brissy,
My bubs dad sees her every three months approx, he pops in for a coffee takes some pics of her and then leaves.
Seriously this is literally what he does.
Unfortunately men are very far removed from babies. BUT when she is about two he may then decide to be interested.
I chose two men to be in my life and both decided fatherhood was all too hard.
I can catch up on Mon and Tues if you are interested for a coffee somewhere.
Being a new mum can be daunting so am glad to offer friendship or help if you need it.
pm me if you like
I live on the Northside with my 17 month old son, his father too doesn't want to see him - he has only seen him a handful of times from the distance.
Luckily though his parents (DS Grandparents) have now found out that we even exist and are part of out lives now for the past 7 weeks.
I would love to catch up with you girls for a nice little chat
I'm on the n/side, mum to 19mo boy. split with x 6 weeks b4 grub was born. no regrets. had to chase him to even come and see bub. saw him 3 times by the time bub was 6wo, and then stopped coming. started harrassing me to go back..radardaradara:ecomcity: ..eventually stopped all contact, about this time last year he killed himself. top bloke hay....but our life is all the better for him not being in it. we have our family, friends and mums group and that's better than anything he could have ever provided. and it's also not something i talk about, so you'll probably never hear me mention that incisdent again.
ANYWAY:rolleyes: would love to meet with others in same situation, noone else knows what it's like hey singles!!!
I was married Sep 05 and we were both sooooo keen to start a family. I fell preg straight away and he had an affair when I was 7 months preg. He then waited until bub was 3 weeks old and has moved to USA to be with the girl he had an affair with. He was chasing $$$$ as he is working for her family business. He tries to control everything but has not even called to see how his boy is (he is 10 weeks old now). He left 2 weeks before our 1st wedding anniversary.
I am on the north side of brissy and this single stuff and mummy stuff is all new to me too so I would love to catch up with some mums.
Well, let's do it girls, let's meet up.
Can you let me know what day would suit you best and organize something.
Anyday but Tuesday morning is good for me, and I'm away on hols next week.
hey. im a single mum to be, my baby is due to be here in 10 weeks and i live on the southside too - at logan. i'd love to meet up with other single mums from around here. My babys daddy is still a bit immature and for a while him and his new gf (he left me four days after we concieved for her) denied it. But theyve stopped denying it now and his mum is a great support and really excited about having a grand-daughter which really helps a lot. Hopefully one day he'll grow up and be a daddy but i'm not going to hold my breath and i'm definately not just going to let him walk in and play daddy because he needs to prove he can be. So what part of brisbane do you other single mums live in?
Chrissy, Take some time out get a facial or some pampering and go to the movies as well. Very important as soon you will be as busy as ever. But would love to catch up with other single mums. Chrissy if you need advice at any time pm me anytime.
hi girls well i am a single mum (by choice) on the sunniecoast would have been great if i was closer
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