I think make one without his name, but invite him to put one in as well so he will not be excluded, but not part of yours either.
I wrote mine as a single mother, I was very very proud of my notice. I didn't even consider the father (although he was on another planet at the time), nor did it bother me in the slightest that he wasn't included in it. I gave birth to the baby, I feel it was my right to make a birth notice relevant to me and my personal situation. If he wants to write one too then woohoo for him
I sometimes see people fighting for the sake of thier rights. 'i should be able to do xyz'. They may not actually care about the scenario either way, but because they 'should' able to they start an argument for the principal.
I hope that makes sense
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I do get that and I do know people who have that agenda but that's certainly not me. I feel it's important for my little one to have a birth notice just like every other baby and I don't want these circumstances to detract from that. I want to be respectful of FOB and not be nasty which is why I was looking for feedback. Thanks again!
Last edited by BbBbBh; 31-01-2012 at 20:37.
I hope I wasn't too abrupt about it, and I certainly wasn't wanting to imply that it was your agenda.
So frustrating trying to manage all these situations itsn't it. If only they could understand the difference in remaining friendly vs remaining friends.
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