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Hey girls I used to post here from time to time but have just came back after a two year absence...idk what i was thinking. Just Mommies is the best way to get thru the work day Anyway, I'm Brooke, I have three chilren, one bio the other two I have raised almost from birth and am in the process of gaining custody. Oldest DD is Brittney (15), DS Anthony (12) and younger DD Angelica (7) During my leave DH and I split up but remain actually really good friends and get along a lot better than when we were together lol so co-parenting is going great. Just wanted to pop my head in and say Hi before I jump in.
welcome back! I'm Emma (28), Mummy to Gaby (5) and Emersyn (21mo).. I've been single for most of my parenting life.
I'm in a relationship now, and my girlfriend and her ex husband get on pretty well (compared to most other divorced couples I know) - and I think their kids REALLY benefit from having a Mum and Dad who can be friends, and don't spend all their time yelling at each other
I'm Traci Mom to Brendan whose 7 . I agree its better when parents get along better than being at each other and that is why I tried to be compromising with my son's dad with child support and then he backed out of it.
Should have got after him when he was still in California then he wouldn't be ducking out of it now.