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September 5th, 2012, 06:46 PM
amberj90's Avatar Veteran
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Texas
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Ok, so the problem my husband and I are having is with his parents. They have only seen our 3 month old son one time since he was born. One reason is becasue his parents don't really treat him very good. The main reason is because we are trying to raise our son in a good environment, and are going to try to steer him away from things like drugs and alcohol. His parents on the other hand, go out and get drunk EVERY weekend. Their oldest son has been arrested for marijuana multiple times, and their youngest son (who is 18) has a fake ID that he uses to get into the bars with his parents and older brother.

My husband and I do not agree with the way they choose to live their life, so we would rather our son not be exposed to them. We live 7 hours away from them, so it has been pretty easy to avoid them so far. Recentnly, my husband got into a big fight with his parents and we have a feeling they are going to try to go to court to get legal visitation rights. I was just wondering if they actually had a chance of winning this? We do not feel that it would be a good idea for our son to be around them, especially when he gets older and more aware of what is going on.

So far I have gotten on their facebooks and saved many of the pictures they have of them with alcohol in their hands, and ones of them with their youngest son in the bar. As well as statuses the older one has posted referencing him being "high" or "stoned". We just don't know if this will be enough.
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