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    My sons have a positive relationship with all three of their parents. They live with two of us and see their dad regularly.

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    Nope. Just me. She says she wishes DP was her father... says he is pretty much the Dad anyway. He's lived with her longer than her own father ever did, and has spent much more time with her too.

    The ex spend the first 3 years of her life around... then abandoned her when he met a girl. DD has decided she doesn't want to call him Dad. Fair enough really. She just refers to him by name if she wants to say something about him. We don't really talk about him much, but she's allowed to if she wants.

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    Mine only has me as well. Coming up to 9 years of just the 2 of us (and the furbies) and she has never had a relationship with the one who fathered her. Never will, not as a child at least.

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    My DD's have a great relationship with their Mummy and Daddy.... Daddy being my now DF, not the "Drop kick Sperm Donor who only acknowledges he fathered them when it suits him jerk off" :/
    After him stuffing me about and me having to drive 10 hours to pick him up and bring him back down so they could see him all of 3 times in over 2 years and me hassling to make that happen, he can get effed. No effort, no child support and a bad history = no entitlements if you ask me! DF has been 1000000 x the father he has and I like it that way.

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    DD father or sperm donor as we call him has no relationship with her at all has never met her and couldn't care if she lived or died. He's no great loss we have a great life without him.

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    My boys live with both of us. They have a great relationship with me, and with their Dad 99% of the time.

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    Yes, but now we are living interstate that is being tested. I make sure she talks to him every night but she will only talk to him for a minute or two and is often annoyed by it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellalika View Post
    My boys live with both of us. They have a great relationship with me, and with their Dad 99% of the time.
    Yep! This at our house too!!


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    Yes with both the parents!

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    Yes both our daughters are close with their dad. He's very hands on with them and is a wonderful father. I was raised by a single mum so I knew I wanted my children to have more than that.


 

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