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mummytomaxwell Tue 20-Mar-18 19:46:28

Me and my partner decided it would be best for me to move out with our little one 5 weeks ago. We still text a couple of times a day and I've been round there three times. He tells me he wants us to live together again and how much he misses us.
Today I took our little boy round to see him and I went up for a wee and to my surprise there was a big lump of black hair in his bath. He's bald so it's definitely not his.
I still have feelings for him so I'm probably over reacting but I'm not sure why there would be any hair in his bath if he's on his own.

I know we arent really together kind of just seeing each other etc but AIBU for being upset about it?

Zeelove Tue 20-Mar-18 19:47:36

You need to ask him about it, because you may just be being upset over pubes.

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AnyFucker Tue 20-Mar-18 19:54:05

hmm

NoFuckingRoomOnMyBroom Tue 20-Mar-18 19:55:17

I'll not go there with the baby daddy thing...hmm
The key here is communication-you made a child together so I'm pretty sure a conversation isn't beyond you.

MyBeloved Tue 20-Mar-18 19:55:54

you may just be being upset over pubes

Quote of the year grin

ClosdesMouches Tue 20-Mar-18 20:04:55

hmm

Armadillostoes Tue 20-Mar-18 20:06:04

OP please ignore the people being obnoxious for the sake of it. Why anyone would want to make snide comments about someone in your situation is beyond me. You are adjusting to living alone with a small child, and assessing whether your relationship with his father has any future, most people would be feeling fragile. Being nasty about your choice of words is just vile and uncalled for!

Why don't you just have a conversation about the hairs in the bath and ask? If you can't communicate your relationship doesn't have a future in any event. Best of luck!

MamaMilkMachine Tue 20-Mar-18 20:09:59

@Armadillostoes couldn't have said it better myself

ProperLavs Tue 20-Mar-18 20:11:34

What the hell is a baby daddy?

VladmirsPoutine Tue 20-Mar-18 20:13:56

Forget the bastard.

BuzzKillington Tue 20-Mar-18 20:14:30

What the hell is a baby daddy?

This

and also, this

you may just be being upset over pubes

DeadGood Tue 20-Mar-18 20:15:55

Applause for Armadillostoes

Hope you sort it OP

Peachyking000 Tue 20-Mar-18 20:16:39

Presumably it’s her baby’s daddy, Probably hmm

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Bouledeneige Tue 20-Mar-18 20:16:43

I'm with Armadillo too. Just ask him - you need to know and to be able to communicate if you have a future.

I'm sorry, its sounds like a very tough time.

Ignore the haters.

Mooey89 Tue 20-Mar-18 20:18:46

It will be pubes.
Unless his new girlfriend has been cutting her hair in the shower of course.

Fairenuff Tue 20-Mar-18 20:20:18

(a) why did you both decide it was best for you to move out and (b) why does he want you to live together again?

LipstickHandbagCoffee Tue 20-Mar-18 20:20:19

Christ alive,ignore the snobby comments.youve got a lot on your mind
Who’s supporting you as a new mum?friends?family?i hope you’re ok
I have no idea about the hair in bath,Do yourself a favour and simply ask him
Folk on here know what a baby daddy is,they’re simply making a show of pretending not to know

MrsJoshDun Tue 20-Mar-18 20:20:55

If he wanted you to move out he’s seeing someone else.

PrettyLittIeThing Tue 20-Mar-18 20:22:50

I think it's probably pubes although depends how long they are??!

On another note my ex refers to me as his "baby mother" seriously makes me cringe, I've told him not to but he still does.

Tara336 Tue 20-Mar-18 20:23:01

Sorry but agree with others baby daddy? Really?

Andylion Tue 20-Mar-18 20:24:56

I think the OP can tell the difference between hair from a head and pubes.
OP, you need to ask him.

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