View Full Version : I can't beleive this
Well yesterday was DSS's 3rd birthday. Jason rang to speak to him and got his ex anyway he asked his ex what she got him for his birthday and she said "NOTHING":eek:
I could not beleive what i was hearing. I mean Jason and i aren very well off but yet we still made it so we were able to buy him something.
I mean we pay her $200.00 a week CS and single mothers pension plus she works and receives rent assit even though she doesn pay rent becuase her bloke she is living with owns the house they are.
So why would you noy get your child anything??
who knows, at least you got him something though! Is there any chance she did buy something but didnt want you knowing about it? :S
Poor kid, I hope his mum did buy him something!
No unfortuantely, If she says she hasn gotten one she hasn. Thats how she is.
I mean we pay her $200.00 a week CS and single mothers pension plus she works and receives rent assit even though she doesn pay rent becuase her bloke she is living with owns the house
K, now that bugs they **** out of me. People like her are the reason I am stuck living with my ex as I am unable to get the single mothers pension.
hmm sounds just like the ex in this household...she waits to see what we get DSD and DSS then gets them nothing...and she just admitted to us she been sleeping with her landlord for 3 months so not paying rent and she gets 200 a week from us plus all the dole stuff and has a cashy cleaning job which she boasts earns her 150 a week. she always spending money on herself but the kids have nothing from her and she always crying that she sooooo poor.
Hmmmm makes you wonder doesnt it...
Thats not good enough is it? Its her son for crying out loud, even if she only spend $20 on him at least its something.
My dad (before he got full custody of my 2 half sisters) had to pay child support to my ex-step mum, it was meant to go to the kids (dentist, doctors, school etc) and she used it to buy things for her house. :shame:
My BIL pays child support to his ex too (they have 2 kids together) and it also goes to her and her needs (and not her children)
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