Anyway, my point was I don't get why people think they HAVE to do those things. Eh...just more proof of what a child he is. Sorry I ruined your life by being a responsible person. Well, now he can be the old creepy guy trying to relive his youth. Good luck having anyone of substance in your future. Ha!
[This message edited by TattoodChinaDoll at 10:05 AM, June 30th (Sunday)]
Confronted him: 12/22/2011
This is the most difficult thing I've ever done.
These idiots need to learn to grow up already.. I don't know why they feel the need to be irresponsible selfish frat boys either. They aren't the kids anymore, they are the PARENTS.
Guess I should have known something was wrong when he was wasted drunk when my water broke with BOTH of my children, and I drove myself to the hospital BOTH times.. I'll just add that to the checklist of red flags I missed and reasons I should have left him sooner than I did..
But I'm glad you had a nice time last night! It's so great to get out and have some fun. It's one thing to have a few drinks and listen to a band and be social. Puking all over the bed and being too hung over to take care of your children? Yeah, not okay.. I remember waking up to find my POS peeing in the trash can in our room
I am a mom to 4 girls, he was in the picture for most of their teen years(youngest was 17 when we ended). I am looking forward to NOT having to take care of everyone - and he wanted/no he (his words) 'NEEDED someone to put him first and take care of him'. He wanted a mommy.
More and more I am glad he ended it... some days I can see the gift his choice has given me. This is one of those days.
Thank you for starting this thread.
I will be a mother forever to my kids... but I don't need to be my partners mommy.
[This message edited by Kajem at 10:27 AM, June 30th (Sunday)]
If a person is in the same life-stage and making the same kind of decisions as a brand new adult when they are FAR older, that person sucks at life.