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August 18th, 2008, 10:55 PM
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Today was my first day of School ( I take 12 credit hours at the college) and work. It was aweful being away from Brookelynn that long. Tomorrow DF is wanting to take the baby. Neither of us have ever really taken her anywhere by ourselves. So I'm a bit worried.

He also wants to take her to the mall, this is the same mall that his mother said, "Only stupid teenagers take their babies to before they are fully vaccinated" And I KNOW his mommy will be tagging along to the mall. She makes me feel like an idiot for wanting to take Brookelynn to the mall, but she's gonna truck her out there?

And then he makes a big deal about wanting to take her to see his little brother (Who is almost 19) because he is going to college. Brookelynn has only seen him about 2 times and DF insists that the best time to take her is when I'm at school. I have offered (Against my judgement) to go over to his house for 3 weeks now, (On 4 different occasions) and his mother has been too tired or too busy for the Baby and me to visit, but the first time they find out that I couldn't go, the invite us and then want me to just let the baby go over there unprotected?

I know the baby is also part DF's but why does he insist on taking her over there? I feel so uncomfortable with it. I would feel better if DF didn't have a history of leaving and playing a video game and leaving the baby where ever she happens to be.

I'm going to do some SERIOUS calling ever 30 minutes! He better have a status report right there and then!
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August 19th, 2008, 07:55 AM
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Hugs! I still hate leaving Sam with anyone other than my mom but sometimes it has to be done because she lives 4 hours away. I hope that he takes good care of her. You might be surprised how well he will do when it's all his responsibility.
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August 20th, 2008, 06:50 AM
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he did fairly well. I called every 30 minutes. His mom was told not to take her out of the house and that if it wasn't in Brookelynn's diaper bag, I needed a call before she tried to give it to Brookelynn.
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August 22nd, 2008, 08:30 AM
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I'm glad things went well! I like the rule about the diaper bag. Not that I'd let my MIL watch any of my infants! My son was 18 months before I left him alone with the ILs!
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