not all the time

my son's father, unfortunately isn't really involved. His family is though :)

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    03/25/14
    8Theresa Gould
    That's nice his family is involved. It's his loss, as I always say. But all men are not like that either.
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      03/25/14
      Melissa Middleton
      My mother and a sister of mine was a single mother as well. I have the utmost respect for them. Thankfully your son has a wonderful mother. And I agree with Theresa, it is his loss. One day your son's father will regret not being a part of his life. He will be missing so much. I used to feel sorry for myself for my father being an MIA dad but, years ago, I was looking through old photographs and began to pity him because he was the one who missed it all. He has grandchildren he has never seen nor met, either. And no, not all men are like that. You may find a man someday who will love you and your son and will want to be a part of both your lives.
      It was rough, on both my mom and my sisters (my mother had 6 girls), but we made it though because of a strong mother. I am not sure how she did it, but she did. I know you can do it as well. It is wonderful his family is involved in your son's life--sometimes that is not always the case.
      Your son's father may come around, who knows. Remember, women mature faster than men. But, for now, enjoy your precious son and remember that you are doing your best and you are a great mother. :)
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