He will look old as the stress of reality starts to hit. There's the guilt he feels at leaving the M home and add into the mix any strife the OW is getting from her BH and you have a 'new relationship' that's starting on a foundation of strife and angst.
Hardly glitter unicorns jumping over rainbows.
Stay strong. Stick to finances and children. Sometimes it is during this period that the WS wakes up and sees the grass they thought was greenest was in fact just weeds and he may start longing for stability and reality which is in your M life.
He may or may not then beg to return. Only you know what you will do should this occur.
As for his calling you honey and telling you he's broke. Actions not words!
I giggle everytime I think of FT having a baby (it's due in next couple months)with Twatwife. He's 74 and she is 40. Can you say colic, teething,and crying.
Happy it's him and not me.
Same goes for you XH, so happy it's not you !
[This message edited by gma56 at 11:32 AM, June 12th (Wednesday)]
Gma, I love you but damn that is gross that your wh is 74 and having a baby. That baby will never know his dad most likely in adulthood. Do these dumb teat ows think? Or was she in it for $ also? Poor child.
"You never know how strong you are until being strong is all you have left"
Or was she in it for $ also?
Good for you, sticking to your guns with NC.
I notice sometimes lately he is also chatty and I try not to do any back.
He came to the house recently to leave DD off and lingered in the room, peeking at me, and I worked really hard to ignore him. It hurt a lot to do, but is what he brought on us, as yours did.
Good job, Red! And not easy.
A person is a person, no matter how small. -Dr. Suess
Perserverance and spirit have done wonders in all ages.
Henry Ford invented cars to pick uo girls. Damon Wayne