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Am I wrong ?
An_208189 posted:
I have a 2 year old daughter who hasn't seen her father since August of 2009 so that's almost 2 years that he hasn't tried to contact me or try to come see her. He saw her when she was 8 months old (the very last time) and if he ever comes around again, I was going to introduce my daughter to him as his name instead of saying "Oh hey babe this is your dad... " We left on bad terms b/c he threw a fit b/c I didn't put me and my daughter's lives on "pause" for him so he could see her for 2 seconds b/c he was on house arrest. He yelled and yelled and yelled! I feel that when we speak to eachother again, I feel he should apologize for disrespecting me for whatever reasons, and for not being in her life as he said in the beginning (which I KNEW he was lying) He did tell me he was going to terminate his rights but someone told him that it's his responsibility to take care of his kids and not abandon them. So obviously he couldn't think for himself. I would be more than OK if he termintated his rights. I knew I was in on raising my baby by myself. Sooo..... do you guys think I'm wrong if he ever came around again and I introduced my daughter to him as his first name and then later on if he's still in the picture, tell her he's her father? I just dont think he deserves to be called "dad" since he left her hanging and only came around so I wouldn't call Child Support on him.. b/c look at where he is now?...... Not in the picture.
An_208190 responded:
which btw .... he only came to see her once in a while from when she was 6 months to 8 months... for atleast 20 mins a visit... if that....

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