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    Lol I keep forgetting to let stiflersmom know that too

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    Ok, fixing now!!

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    OP I only just found this thread. Huge hugs to you and your crappy situation. As you may know, I've recently been/going through this myself. ExDH left when I was 4.5mths pregnant with our DS2.

    He is nearly 11mths old and so far has not been out of my house with exDH. He was initially visiting the boys 2-3 times a week, but then his new baby arrived and that's all changed. He only sees DS2 when he picks up/drops off DS1 each fortnight now. It's been very frustrating and my heart has broken for poor dS2, the 'forgotten' child.

    ExDH hasn't even asked to take him until the last few weeks anyway, so we are just starting to work out future arrangements now. He will be starting with short (2hr) visits, building up to a day which will remain for quite some time. Then when I (and only I) feel he's ready, he will join DS1 for the entire fortnightly weekends with their Dad. That will be at least 6mths away though.

    Cranky linked you to some great new research - it's recommended no overnight visits before 2 anymore, if the father was never around from birth.

    PM me if you want more specific help.

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    Hi

    Thanks for your reply, I've seen your various posts so youre on my list of people I'll pm for advice if push comes to shove lol

    Things have been steady in my house, not better or worse apart from the last few days as my dh has began to take an interest in the pregnancy/bub. It has come completely out of nowhere so I'm not exactly getting excited but I'm looking to see what happens.

    Regardless my baby is mine and I won't be pushed around by him
    That doesn't sound nice I know

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