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My ex left our daughter home alone. I am keeping our kids from her. Am I wrong?

Author : Jennifer Danielle

Submitted : 2018-01-13 23:33:09    Popularity:     

Tags: home  daughter  left  wrong  kids  

My ex and I have 2 kids together our son is 10 and our daughter is 7. We separated 5 years ago it was amicable. My ex has 2 more kids now and she always runs out of money, single mom with 4 kids. My kids came to stay with me on friday, my daughter was rea

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Do I agree with what she did absolutely not. That being said it's not up to you to decide whether she sees her kids are not

Seriously? You can't keep your kids from your ex-wife if she is allowed custody unless you want to kick this issue up to a social services/child protective services issue or go back to court to get a revised custody agreement. You also could look into the whole financial situation and figure out some options for covering transportation to asking your ex to contact you to make childcare arrangements.

You'd also we wise to talk with your daughter about not cooking or using knives or anything else until she is older.

I went mad woman when my hubby left mine for 10mins, while I was at shop mine were bout 7 and 9. What he didn't understand was that in 10 mins alone kids get up to things, and he locked them in, how do they get out in danger
Men just seem stupid, its the maternal instinct of danger

Well you should take this to court, not the Internet. But I also think it would be wise and very kind of you to offer to help. She can't afford to bring all the kids? Say you'll watch the others while she takes the one. Tell her that you're the father and if she needs to leave one of the children alone, she can leave them with you. If there needs to be a day care or babysitter, you should help pay. At the very least for your kids. If the other kids father isn't helping, you should still step up and help them as well as much as you can. They might not be your children but they're the siblings of your children. Just the fact that they're children in general should make you want to help.

she is abusing her...keep her away



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