Going through things

I just feel like talking to somebody right now...I've just moved, I've just gotten my 4 year old little boy back (he was with his father for the past 4 years). Now, we are going through legal endeavors and custody battle.

There is a possibility that my 4 year old's father has performed sexual acts on him. I called CPS and there is an ongoing investigation. My 4 year old said to me that "Daddy puts whip cream on his lollypop and makes me eat it...it's yucky." I truly hope it is not what everybody else think it is. I'd like to find out what lollypop is exactly, but I've been advised not to talk to my child about the events.

And this tops it off: my 4 year old's father and I got married when I was 17, per my parents' request (because I was pregnant with my second child at the time...but he knew that it wasn't his)-- stupid me, I completely forgot about it since we separated right after my second child was born. Now my 4 year old's father is claiming that my second child is his too, because we were married at the time of his birth-- and we still are. We are going through divorce proceedings now and he's demanding visitation rights.

I was able to set up supervised visits for both children. I hate that there might be a possibility that my children will be around a pedophile!!!

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    04/24/14
    8Theresa Gould
    So sorry you have to go through this. I hope you all get the help you need.
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      04/24/14
      Beth
      Oh Sophia, I'm so sorry you are going through this. And sorry that your children are in a situation like this. I'm glad his visits with them are now supervised. I would maybe talk to your lawyer and see if you could take away his visitation entirely if you were able to prove (through a paternity test) that your second isn't his. I don't know if that's something you can do... but I would ask!!
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        04/24/14
        I am so sorry you and your kids are going through this. It is good that you will all get the help needed. I agree make sure to do the DNA test to prove he's not your youngest's father. If he's not he doesn't or shouldn't have any rights.
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        04/24/14
        There are states like that. But they will also hold him financially responsible too.
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          04/24/14
          I hope you get full custody of them. They really need you right now
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          About Sophia Cole
          Current: Port Saint Lucie, Florida
          Birth: October 03
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          Mom, Psychobiology student. I love French Vanilla latte and gymnastics. I blog at www.sophscorner.com