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Tonight I was working on school and Jonah was cooking supper and out of nowhere Dani asked Jonah if she could call him Daddy. We talked about it and got to the bottom of it with her and it comes from my ex-husband has completely ignored her since he got served with papers last month. Her grandmother (Lee's mom) had her on Sunday and he refused to even acknowledge Dani's presence. She said her dad doesn't love her anymore.
I am going to be calling her insurance provider to find a good counselor who is covered on our plan.
We talked and reached a compromise and we are going to come up with a name for him instead of Daddy. Our fear is she is trying to fill a void that is very raw. My goal, as well as Jonah's is to not take her away from her dad, but to keep her safe from harm.
Hi I was lurking and had to chime in. I had the same problem with my 2 boys when they came back from florida. They wanted to call me Momma and their BM Mommy She wouldn't hear of it even threatened to whip them if they did it. And they couldn't say my real name Elizabeth they could just come out with Wizzus and to this day I'm still Wizzus even though they can say my name just fine. If she doesn't call him Daddy let her pick out a special nick name for him.
And big For you both
Me: B 28
DF: S 29
DD: A 6 Autism, Global Developmental Delays