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Because I know about your situation, I am just as thrilled as you are for this! I'm so happy for you and I hope that the undetermined amount of time will prove to be a lifetime!
Let us know how it goes!!!!
That's great news! Glad to hear that your DH will be able to spend time w/ his daughter & bond w/ her, that's important. Not that you aren't good to her or want to be w/ her (as you stated you care very much about her) but for her, she needs that relationship w/ her father too & now that she can start building that, well... that's fantastic.
I am so happy for you that things seem to be going so well right now! I sincerely hope she'll be with you forever! Nothing brings more meaning to the holidays than having a child around and being able to experience all that magic through their eyes! Enjoy every second of it!!!
I am so glad you get to keep your DSD for awhile!
I understand what you say when you become a single parent. That is how I feel with Tony when we have his daughter Jordan... every weekend.
I feel that I am the only one that does the discipline and playing and all the important stuff. Tony would let her stay in her pj's all day if he had the choice. That does not sit well with me. I like my DSD to be bathed, dressed and fed, and to be disciplined and played with. But it has to be a joint effort!