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I realize that you have a child with this man, but as for what is going on in your life in none of his business. Delete the friend request, and if he so chooses to be an idiot about it, then let him. The only person you can control is you. Don't play into the drama, it's sooooo not worth it!
Good job...and you should feel good about it! you took the high road and if he chooses to take the low one and get pissy about it, let him. You don't have to lower yourself to his level. He can act like a jerk and not get any on you. LOL
You could always permanently block these people on facebook, too. I did that with my ex, his mom, his step-dad and his sister. So I can't see his facebook and thankfully he can't see mine at all. We have mutual friends (we went to high school together) and when you block someone they can't even see posts that you put up on mutual friend pages. Or anyone's page. They also can't search for you at all.
Just a thought ... although I'm glad you saved yourself the trouble and didn't give in to adding him!