BF allowing girlfriend to be called 'mom'....(slightly long)
My BS6 was with his dad this weekend. I am friends with BF's girlfriend on Facebook. I'm comfortable with her, trust her completely, not to mention the fact that I've known her for as long as I've known the BF. I don't mind being friends on FB, considering the BF does not communicate well with me, it is usually her and I that keep up with things. I wish it didn't have to be that way, but at least I have someone that I can entrust my son's well being with every other weekend.
WELL, yesterday while scrolling through Facebook, I come across a picture that my son drew. Her caption said "This made my day...he made it special for me & daddy" and it was a picture of something that my son drew for the two of them that said "Dad & Mom" at the top.
Yes, he titled the picture "Dad & Mom". Now, as his mother, I was hurt. But I'm trying to find out, am I wrong for wanting to confront the BF and girlfriend about this??? BF and girlfriend haven't even been dating for a year. While, yes, she has been a friend of the family and known BS6 since he was born, they have not been in an official relationship until recently.
Now, let me add a loop into this whole situation. I have a significant other as well. We have been together for almost 4 years now. There once was a time in BS's life where his father was absent (he screwed up after we split up and landed a ticket to prison for just shy of 2 years). BS was younger, obviously, but my significant other was there for him as a father figure, for the entire two years BF wasn't around. So yes, he does call my fiance 'daddy'. I'm sure a lot of you may say it's a double standard, but I feel like the girlfriend just came around as far as a girlfriend role, whereas my fiance was a father figure for him when he didn't have one. I just don't want to blow this out of proportion if it seems like I'm just overthinking this, but I really am beyond uncomfortable with this. Is it wrong?