reply to post by MysterX
I had such a good reply typed out to address your unbelievably condescending attitude, but you lucked out as my browser failed me and lost the whole
Not that I need to justify myself to you, but let's just say that my first wasn't "planned", it was a failure of the prophylactic industry...
Never the less, I faced up to my responsibilities and urged my ex to keep the baby rather than abort it, which is something I am generally
However, she needed to go out to work and I could hardly give up work, so she went into nursery at 12 months. It has not done her any harm and in
fact, compared to her step brother who did not go to such a place, she has excellent interpersonal skills, does better at school, is better behaved
generally and socially popular. No signs of any kind of trauma to her young psyche and, to be honest, I think your just talking total BS.
As I already stated, I have 4/8 days off anyway, so she had plenty of time with me and still does. I have every faith she will grow up to be well
adjusted and go on to do great things, whatever your obnoxious and condescending opinions might be.
With my fiancée, I can support the whole family now on my salary, but she chooses to go out to work part time just to help out. Again, with my shift
pattern, our 2 year old son spends much of the time at home, but there are times when he is sent to his aunts for the day.
I find it highly reprehensible you should call into question someone's parenting when so little information is available to you in the first place. I
would laugh my bollocks off if you should ever find yourself in a position where you are the sole parent, or lose your job and all of a sudden your
cushy little existence is brought crashing down around you. Sometimes life isn't perfect and sometimes s**t happens.
What you just wrote demonstrates the closed mind of someone who genuinely thinks they are better than everyone else. Enjoy your time up there on the