No he's a failure not u. I'd shield my kid if they're too young to make their own mind up bout the guy.
<blockquote><b>Quoting DifferentDay:</b>" No he's a failure not u. I'd shield my kid if they're too young to make their own mind up bout the guy."</blockquote>
I totally agree. And talking to his child should have been the highest priority for him- especially today. Some "men" just aren't cut out to be a good dad.
Don't let it bother you. My daughter's father didn't even call at all today. The kids will eventually realize how things are.
well.. he DID call though right? you were the one who was too busy. Give him time. you don't know what's going on.
did he ever call?
<blockquote><b>Quoting Think Bαby:</b>" Our son is 4, he asks me often " Mommy, does Daddy not love me anymore either?""</blockquote>
I would just reassure him he is very much loved even by his dad n redirect him to something u can do together
He never called us back. He left on Sunday, and has had 0 contact with us.
I don't care what the f**k is going on, you call your child on Christmas.