please enlighten me..
Can parents look after a child when they have no money? They think that trying to be responsible is enough for example after missing from child life on and off for 3 years now the father says I will not give up the child and my concrete plan is to come every sunday to spend some time with her..( comes after 6pm leave by 11pm)and he dont have money to feed the child but has money to smoke.
You need money to look after a child like buying food, clothes, shoes, books, preschool education etc. That’s being responsible as a parent. Yes, you can accompany a child but that’s not being responsible for a child.Read more
I know right.. they simply leave the child with us and be occasionally parent that want to claim parent rights just because they gave birth to the child. Yet refuse to fork money for the child. Not forgetting that they have the money to smoke.
- If I off I surely will spend my time with my child. I miss my child after I back to work after maternity leave. I need to work at least have extra income for me to buy my child extra things I want to. Husband gives but is very different from the money I earn... Only weekend able to spend with child. Work life balance anyone??
- Just found out my husband of 8 years has been cheating on me. I'm devastated but more concerned for the kids - they are 3 and 5, and from every study I have read, divorce is one of the worst things that can happen to a child. I can't bear to do this to them but at the same time, I'm not sure I can ever forgive my husband. I am not financially dependent on him (I actually make more money than him). He is still a great father...I really don't know what to do. Please help.
- Our doctor is suspecting my child is having asthma due to second-hand and third-hand smoke from her grandparents. We have been requesting her grandparents to stop smoking in front of her but they continue to do so as they think they are the grandparents and why they need to give in to the children. I have been restricting them from visiting my child specially when she is sick. They promised my Husband that they will quit for my kid's health but when we meet-up they continue to do the same. My Father-in-law can finish half a pack during 3 hours outing with my kids and what make it worse is he love to use his hand to touch their mouth right after a smoking session. I have been quarrelling with my Husband several times over this but it always end up in a conclusion that I am a overly protection Mommy despite the many reports I provided. What can I do to get my Husband to understand my child's health should be the priority and it is not a issue of me finding problem with them?