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user banned (boy); 2 kids; f**king, Austria 36337 posts
Sep 18th '13

I woudln't let the BD in the room. That is a privilege he hasn't earned.

Pumpkin King 4 kids; Halloweentown, .., United States 7446 posts
Sep 18th '13
Quoting Aiden&Leah&Aria'sMommy:" Even though my BD and I are still legally married, I still can't get in trouble because of it?"


No. Bring married to someone doesn't give them an automatic right to be present during your medical procedures or anything like that. It is totally up to you who you have in the room.

tinana+2 Orlando, FL, Switzerland 39397 posts
Sep 18th '13
Quoting Aiden&Leah&Aria'sMommy:" Even though my BD and I are still legally married, I still can't get in trouble because of it?"


Absolutely not.

user banned Due September 24; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Minnesota 815 posts
Sep 18th '13
Quoting tinana+2:" Absolutely not."


That's right. You are probably keeping yourself out of even more trouble by keeping him out. The situation is all wrong no matter which way you approach it. Just try to do what is best for yourself and your baby.

Laura_Turner Due October 19 (girl); 1 child; Geismar, Louisiana 57 posts
Sep 19th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Aiden&Leah&Aria'sMommy:</b>" my ex isn't legally allowed to have anything to do with the baby because he made death threats to me ... [snip!] ... threats to me and threatened to kidnap her and all kinds of crazyness. So it will be just me, my bf and my 17 year old sister. "</blockquote>




I would say no to the ex if he's made death threats .