Sometimes I think my wife just likes to stir the pot.
So her daughter is all of 6 years old, and she asks these questions, and tries to put me in hypothetical situations.
The argument was a doozy, because of how I responded to this one.
"When my daughter has children, are you going to go visit them like you visit your own grandchildren?"
I stick to my guns in situations like this, and responded with a "why in the world would I do that?"
I saw a post of "grandchildren" from earlier and it made me want to share the craziness of bio-mom's (my wife in this case) pertaining to these sorts of things. I'm not the child's father, I never established myself as the child's father, I don't plan on paying for a wedding/college, I don't plan on walking her down the isle, I might not even go. I don't get along with the kid who takes after her dad, and I don't get along with her bio-dad (who's in prison atm). The house is normally just a quiet stalemate where we all do our own thing. I actually prefer it that way.
I feel that things like this are 100% on her. I was very upfront about the relationship and responsibilities I wanted to have with her child before we got married. Now that we have one of our own, and another on the way, I can 100% confirm that we live in 2 different worlds.
Who else gets nailed with this pointless crap?
-Other common arguements-
Why didn't you cook my child dinner before I got home today? (we both work)
Why didn't you spend more time downstairs today?
Why did you buy BD x, y, or z?
Why does your family ask about BD more than my daughter?
Why don't you want to take my daughter with you when you take BD out?
Why don't you bath my daughter with BD when you do it?