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You know what sweetie.....you need someone positive to help you and someone who is there that cares.
Just make SURE he understands that you don't see him in a romantic light.....but giving gifts and helping out is something some people just like to do. I would be very careful about it and make it CLEAR....otherwise feelings are going to be hurt.
You're right...it's a delicate situation so I would think twice about it (but h*ll, if it were me, I'd accept the car as long as he knows that I don't owe him anything) .
I love my 3 girls and little boy:
Mom to Jessica - 19 yrs old, Amber - 18 yrs old, Sebastian - 2 months
Don't feel bad about accepting this gift. And you don't owe him anything! That's the best part about receiving gifts!
If him calling himself daddy, and saying "our kid" sort of bugs you, you can always give him an important title in the baby's life, but just not as important as "daddy"...try giving him "Uncle (fill in his name here)" title. He may love that just as much! And it just may grow on him!