Post # 32
This sort of thing makes me sad. I like to think if my husband and I ever split up and have children I would not deny him or his new significant other anything. However.. if it were his parents taking my children somewhere that would be another story 🙂
If I were in your position, I would probably back off and plan a new vacation. Maybe somewhere tropical he can swim with dolphins 🙂
Post # 33
Wait…so you thought it was super petty and stupid that she was mad that you two were getting to take him to Disney first, right? And now you’re mad that she is taking him to Disney first? Um…do you see where I’m going with this?
EDIT: Just saw your followup about him making her hate her child, calling him an asshole, ect. So yeah, nevermind what I said up there ^
Post # 34
@Wonderstruck: I’ve responded to the same type of statement. Here’s my response to that 4 posts up….
“Again I’m more upset that she lied about it and didn’t tell us what her intentions were. I also wish that she would have extended the invite for us to go, the same way that we extended it to her. We wanted for us all to be there for this. It should be about him and not about any of the adults. That’s what makes it selfish.”
Post # 35
@courtney1188 – OP said this was a “vent.” and i think OP is more concerned about the lack of honesty than anything else. and sometimes we just need to release our feelings. i don’t think it is ok to be condescending to OP (especially when she has explained her rationale in response to similar comments).
Post # 36
@Bellini: I wasn’t being condescending, I was making a valid point. A point which, I see you chose to ignore, I added an edit onto once I saw OP’s other posts.
Post # 37
@courtney1188 – your edit wasn’t there at the time of my comment post (or at least while i was typing it). i didnt “choose to ignore” anything. i took your original comment as condescending not b/c of your point (which i do think is valid) but because of the way you phrased it. it is hard to understand tone through type, so maybe i interpreted it in a different way than you intended.
Post # 38
Lol. I saw Baby Mama and beelined to this post ha ha.
I see both sides, I would be LIVID if my ex wanted to take our daughter somewhere I havent had the chance to take her. But, it would make me happy knowing that my ex’s new someone wanted to put a smile on my daughter’s face. But it would only be right to ask her to come along and experience it with him and she may have wanted to share in that experience alone. It may be a little vindictive, but that is her son too.
Post # 39
@phoenix718: OH HELL YES! I’M IN WORCESTER TOO, LADY!