Is it ok to have a rant on here?(5 Posts)
Minionmomma Wed 16-Oct-19 16:05:45
Windygate Mon 14-Oct-19 06:17:06
Palaver1 Mon 14-Oct-19 05:56:04
SamBeckett Sun 13-Oct-19 19:31:52
Betti Sun 13-Oct-19 17:41:10
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Now would be a very good time to have a formal conversation about child access arrangements now you are separated. He needs to be solely responsible for DS on 'his' days. You and DS would then know who Isis taking him to rugby, cooking his tea etc. Don't facilitate him living the single no responsibility life.
Nah his got you ..
Didn’t give a toss
Showing his anger expect more of this.
Tell him calmly that if he knows he can’t make it he should tell you in advance..that way he can tell his son his not taking him .
I can understand you been mighty pissed off . His son should come before his date night / morning.
He could of at least phone to say sorry he was not going to be able to make it .
I hope he makes it up to his DS in some way
My STBex and I have separated but still live in the same house. Yesterday, he cooked a meal for 2, packed it up with plates and serving dishes, dressed up to the nines and disappeared. Didn't say where he was going but I don't really expect him to anymore. He didn't come home last night. What has really p!ssed me off is that our son was waiting for his dad to take him to rugby but he didn't come home until it was too late, saying he'd over slept! Wherever he was, it's not as important as being there for your son!!! I feel so angry I could explode!!! Sorry, rant over. Just had to get it off my chest.
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