What a difficult situation.
The most important thing is the safety and security of your child. If your DH won't agree not to take your child to visit, then you will have to insist on going with him and not letting your baby out of your sight. If they are horrible to you while you are there then your DH needs to stand up for you and tell them to treat you with respect, otherwise they will never get to visit with him or the baby.
I hope things work out.
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25-05-2012 11:40 #11
25-05-2012 12:04 #12Senior Member
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That is horrible The idea of going out in public is a good one, maybe a coffee catchup? Short and sweet and atleast you'd be keeping your DH happy, and bub will be with you at all times.
Massive hugs, I hope you're doing ok
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