It's an older movie, but I never watched it, and I never read the book before. Probably should have, would have saved me a lot of trouble
Sorry to be a blog hog today, but I am wondering how much is too much when it comes to spending time with grandparents.
Dtzyblnd, I thought of you and all of the other soliders through out history.
After DH's divorce six years ago, BM moved to a different town 17 miles away so that she could "start over", "get healthy" (lol) and the real truth- so she could be closer to her work.
So I wrote up a long list, sort of, that had all the ways DH parented before sd moved here, how he was a much better parent part time, and compared it to how he parents, or doesn't parent, now.
Sd6 and I have a pretty good relationship. In the last month or so I have made the decision that my SO needs to be in charge of discipline and I will support him, back him up, and enforce his rules.
I AM A STEPPARENT TO 2 BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN. I LOVE THEM TO DEATH AND THEY ARE LIKE MINES. IVE BEEN IN THEIR LIFE SINCE THEY WERE 1 AND 3.
This is pretty much the only place I can talk freely about my depression/anxiety because there seems to be others in the same place as me.
My ss lives 10 hours away from my husband and me. He technically lives with bm but since she lives in the same town as dh's mom, my mil, bm and mil split time. Its like they coparent.
I just found out SD14 has her own phone. I know BM isn't monitoring it. Im not sure how much I need to worry about the risks an unrestricted phone might have for our home.