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So the fact Im even allowing him to see her, I find accommodating, the fact that I could have withheld his name from birth certificate but didnt, I find accommodating.
The fact I am saying they can come to my house and visit, but THEY chose not to, I find accommodating.
I dont know how I will cope, as Im at breaking point now. that in itself makes me feel a little better, unlike the your being unfair comments. xx Thankyou Kate, Its all Im asking for just now, I know in time he will need to take her away and that will be hard enough.
I dont know how I will cope, as Im at breaking point now. that in itself makes me feel a little better, unlike the your being unfair comments. xx If there are valid safeguarding issues then Children's Services can be involved and they can insist the child isn't exposed to people who pose a risk. He can take his child wherever he wants and to see whoever he wants. Yes grandparents do have rights and can go to court to apply for a contact order, as Dad is on the birth certificate he has full parental responsibility.
My partner and I have split and my baby is 6 weeks old. Plus he only changed his mind about having her once she was born, prior to this he wanted me to abort her.
I am not at present allowing this as she is not a pawn to be passed around like a doll.
Hope it all works out xx Sent from my SM-T210 using Netmums mobile app I dont know about proper legal rights but at 6 weeks old I wouldnt ever let my other half take my babies anywhere, and we are together!
Horrible feeling and its heart wrenching thinking baby will be away from you so young even if you know she will be safe, but legally he has rights but im totally with you when you say for now youd rather it was in your house.
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