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    I just wanted to say a big happy happy overjoyed happy wicked stepmothers day for Sunday. I am so looking forward to my usual highly anticipated gift of sweet FA. Again happy happy oh who cares! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renoirxx View Post
    I just wanted to say a big happy happy overjoyed happy wicked stepmothers day for Sunday. I am so looking forward to my usual highly anticipated gift of sweet FA. Again happy happy oh who cares! Lol
    Haha love it! So bloody true.

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    I must not become irritated on Tuesday when the skids don't get here till Saturday. Oh it's going to be a fun fun fun weekend I can feel it coming in my bones. :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renoirxx View Post
    I must not become irritated on Tuesday when the skids don't get here till Saturday. Oh it's going to be a fun fun fun weekend I can feel it coming in my bones. :-(
    Yep, can relate to this one. On the weekends the step kids are with us, I'm always worked up and dreading it by Wednesday. Just know that it's going to be loads of extra work for me, with no thanks from either them or their dad. The weekend before last, our 4 year old daughter was taken to hospital on the Friday morning by ambulance. She spent all weekend in there and in between being with her, I was at home looking after our 8 month old AND hosting a sleep over for 9 girls for step daughter's 17th birthday. When I suggested to my husband that maybe we could postpone it until the following fortnight when daughter would be out of hospital, I was told ,"no" because it wouldn't be fair to 17 year old. Absolutely no thought about how tired I was from worry and running back and forth to RCH. Must remember that his daughters ALWAYS come before my welfare. Grrr!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by siansmum View Post
    Yep, can relate to this one. On the weekends the step kids are with us, I'm always worked up and dreading it by Wednesday. Just know that it's going to be loads of extra work for me, with no thanks from either them or their dad. The weekend before last, our 4 year old daughter was taken to hospital on the Friday morning by ambulance. She spent all weekend in there and in between being with her, I was at home looking after our 8 month old AND hosting a sleep over for 9 girls for step daughter's 17th birthday. When I suggested to my husband that maybe we could postpone it until the following fortnight when daughter would be out of hospital, I was told ,"no" because it wouldn't be fair to 17 year old. Absolutely no thought about how tired I was from worry and running back and forth to RCH. Must remember that his daughters ALWAYS come before my welfare. Grrr!!!
    that is just unfair - i mean a child being in the hospital is the paramount concern. I had a similar issue when my ten week old baby had just gotten out of hospital after suffering from RSV& my husband secretly went to see my stepdaughter because it was fathers day even though she had whooping cough? SO he put our daughter at risk becuase he didnt want her to feel bad - that was the final straw for me & now i put my foot down. Astep family is like any other family, if a child is in hospital then the other kids need to rally round, support mum & dad & out of respect for their ill sibling at least wait until they are out of hospital until they have a party. I know how you must of felt - its hard feeling like you are playing second fiddle but when you also have kids its your childs right to feel an equal member of the family - sometimes it seems step kids get considered much more to compensate for the fact they dont live with their dads etc. I hope things even out a little in your family - they have done in mine & sometimes it takes events to make a change.

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    24. Dont ever forget that your stepchilds half-siblings at BM's will always count for more and be more important then any half siblings at their dads, step-siblings are counted even lower.

    LOVE THIS ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    The part I hate the most is that I have been in my SD's life for 7 years and the BM partners always have more say than I ever have. And some of them havent been in her life for long. Also not being told of school stuff and just stuff like that. Hubby and I have to nag to get copies of school reports since we are now in aussie and they are in nz

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    Thanks for the laugh

    Rule no ## never never encourage bd to fight for his child, your motives can't possibly be for the best interest of the child there must be something in it for you if you care so much if you care at all you are clearly just pretending and shouldn't bother as everyone can see right through you!

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    Rule # ?? dont ever tell step child you wish they lived with you and dad and their sister as all hell will break loose and all you are doing is hurting the child and being selfish. Now said child is torn between both houses. Because birth mother automatically deserves child and father should never be allowed child

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    Also birth mothers extended family will always be way more important than birth father and step mother and sister.


 

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