View Poll Results: Do you have children to different fathers?

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    DD1 has a different dad to her two sisters - their Dad is My DH

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    Two girls to tyre same father, and pregnant with baby 3 to a different dad. The second man is more of a father to my girls than their real dad...not that the oldest can see it. She sees him as an inconvenience...because hr backs me up on my rules and shes 13. Gotta love teenagers!

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    All 3 have got the same dad.

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    1.5 kids, same dad

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    My eldest has a different Dad to her 3 siblings. though she has always called my dh dad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onionskin View Post
    My eldest has a different Dad to her 3 siblings. though she has always called my dh dad.
    This for my DS1.

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    I had my DS at 18 (barely) and knew from the moment I found out I was pregnant that I needed to get out of that unhealthy relationship. DS is turning 7 this year and has an amazing relationship with his father, and he and I are almost friends these days. We both acknowledge we just didn't work.
    I am now 20 weeks pregnant with my second (and last) child who will have a different father.

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    All 3.5 to same dad. And we've been together for nearly 21 years which most people find more unbelievable.

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    I only have one child, but am no longer with his biological father. People almost fall over if they somehow find out my DP isn't his biological father, in fact his own parents forget!

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