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    Two gorgeous girls, two different bio dads, but it's the one awesome man who is raising them both (DD2's bio dad)

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    I can't see the poll on my phone.

    But yep. My 9 year old has a different dad. He knicked off with my best friend when I told him I was pregnant never seen him (or her) again.

    My two year old and my current pregnancy are to the same father who is my now husband.

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    4 kids and the youngest has a different Dad.

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    DS and DD have different dads.

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    I only have one but if/when I have another it will be to a different father.

    It was one thing that Ex threw in my face after I left him, "oh look at you now, you're going to be one of those s!uts that has different baby daddies hahahahah"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    I only have one but if/when I have another it will be to a different father.

    It was one thing that Ex threw in my face after I left him, "oh look at you now, you're going to be one of those s!uts that has different baby daddies hahahahah"
    Charming fellow.

    I said to my mum the other day "your daughter is going to have 2 kids to 2 dads, oooooo how shameful" and she goes "I know...you floozy!"

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    My DS's biological father is different to the bio father of the baby I'm carrying, but they both have the same Daddy, my DP

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    My DH and I have been together 16 years and have 4 children together.

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    I only have 1 child, but if (and I hope I do) have another, it'll be with a different man/sperm donor.

    I'm number 3 of 4 kids, #1 has a different Dad. My Dad was a good Dad for about the first 10 years and than stopped talking to my oldest sister, now he doesn't talk to me or my younger sister as well. He's one in a million.
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    Just the one DS - no more children for me. It's perfect the way it is


 

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