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November 13th, 2010, 04:32 PM
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Went to a birthday party on BM's side of the family tonight. (remember BM lives out of state) and for the most part everyone was nice, and sweet, and kept us from standing aroudn with no one to talk to. But there was the one person who seems to think I have a sign on my forehead that says "tell me all about how SD is so much like BM" [sigh] and the same person who purposely finds a reason to tell SD about "her mom" in front of you. Why are you trying to make me uncomfortable? Really, what is your reasoning? Do you not want us to come (to parties we are invited to) and bring SD? Because we all know that BM cant bring her. So why not let it go huh? You would think after 8 years people would be used to me being in SD's life by now. And if your uspet that I have such a big part in SD's life, you should talk to BM about that, or get over it. I'm a custodial Stepmom, and I've been with her since she was one. She cant even remember a time she lived with BM.
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November 14th, 2010, 01:10 PM
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I'm sorry it was so uncomfortable for you. It was probably just as uncomfortable for them too. They just might not know what they should and should not say, kwim?
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