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To not help my son look after his baby?

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SPsYoniTheOneAndOnly Tue 23-Apr-13 10:33:48

This is my first AIBU thread so go easy.

He has a baby and I refuse to help him out. He decided to have this baby so all responsibility is his in my eyes.

The baby is currently naked with only a hat on and he feeds her every 10 minutes but she drinks the whole bottle! All she does is cry and laugh.

He has asked me to look after her but I wont. He seems to think this isn't fair and shouts 'oh why?' The mother isn't on the scene either and the baby has only been with him a couple of months.

She is currently wrapped up in a car mat as he thinks this is an acceptable bed. Should I intervene now or leave baby where she is?

My son is young but he wanted the baby so I think he should look after her. He has named her Baby which I'm not sure goes down well on MN.

So AIBU or should I help out a little?

SPsYoniTheOneAndOnly Wed 24-Apr-13 11:23:52

I have no idea as I have never heard of them. I keep looking out for the advert but nothing yet

SPsYoniTheOneAndOnly Thu 25-Apr-13 08:28:05

I saw the advert for the shitting doll today. Wtf is that?! Its as bad as the shitting dog game!

Baby has been on the naughty step since half 6 this morning. I'm not allowed to talk or even look at her

Borntobeamum Thu 25-Apr-13 08:36:01

I think he should realise he's not going to be a very good daddy and either list the baby on eBay or Gumtree.
I'm sure there will be another gullible boy who will take this child on and give it the love it expects!

jacks365 Thu 25-Apr-13 09:06:04

My dd has adopted my 38 yo niece. I'm never quite sure if she's kissing or biting her she's so enthusiastic. Patricia is a large baby wearing age 3-6 month clothes my dsis used to take her everywhere but got bored carrying her in the supermarket one day so dm put her in the trolley seat, the disapproving glares she got still haunt her to this day. Never let lifelike babies out of the house.

pollywollydoodle Thu 25-Apr-13 09:17:51

SPsYoni i confess to being an interfering grandmother....i hid her food and my granddaughter never pooed....mind you she could be doing anything in the loft..

SPsYoniTheOneAndOnly Thu 25-Apr-13 10:45:29

Polly I have no idea where my granddaughter is and her father has no concerns so I'm leaving it. Hes too busy with his kitchen to care.

pollywollydoodle Thu 25-Apr-13 11:09:17

he might want to copy my daughter and tie her to a table leg until dinner is ready ....or not...they do tend to turn up when the steak and chips are ready

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