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Today 06:33 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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dnt nobody tell A where I'm at...
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Today 06:30 PM
Priscila_06TJ dnt nobody tell A where I'm at...
Today 06:27 PM
MichaelR
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Ha the youngsters of the thread we are!!!!! Heh?!
I thought we'd be the old timers! 😳
Today 06:25 PM
Tinker Bell Monster Hey Barrie
Today 06:23 PM
Priscila_06TJ Evening burrryy
Today 06:22 PM
Barrie Good evening WF. Attachment 1677401
Today 05:13 PM
Priscila_06TJ
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Drive by waveeeey
Tsk tsk tsk...warned you yesterday S...SLOW DOWN!!!!

Today 04:47 PM
Tinker Bell Monster
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Drive by waveeeey
Hi, bye!
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sahara2011 Drive by waveeeey
Today 04:25 PM
jeepergurl67
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Ha the youngsters of the thread we are!!!!! Heh?!
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MichaelR 49
Today 02:39 PM
jeepergurl67
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Interesting, mine are 23, and 21.

Glad you've adjusted and you're enjoying life now
That is funny. I am 47 you?
Today 02:12 PM
MichaelR Interesting, mine are 23, and 21.

Glad you've adjusted and you're enjoying life now
Today 02:01 PM
jeepergurl67
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Sorry to hear that Hope. I don't have as much interaction as the ex does, but her interaction at this point is mostly babysitting or loaning money. Neither of which they would expect me to do. Money and responsibility were two of our hot buttons.
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That's terrible, sorry that happened, Hope.
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That must've been terrible for you.
Its all good I got my babes they are 24 and 21 now. I have adjusted to being an empty nester. I would rather have Kerri take care if my ex's body that to have to ever see him again. Lol I loathe him!!!!!!!
Today 01:30 PM
Fun sized
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I raised my step sons from age 5 and 7 I love them but at the end of the day they are NOT mine. The day their dad left me the chose their dad. That told me I was not as important to them as they were to me :/ they loved me to death til their dad left. They were marriedbexpecting babies when that happened... Its been yrs now.
That must've been terrible for you.
Today 01:27 PM
Fun sized
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Unless the girls blacken them wait what thread are we in?????
Oops
Today 01:25 PM
MichaelR
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I raised my step sons from age 5 and 7 I love them but at the end of the day they are NOT mine. The day their dad left me the chose their dad. That told me I was not as important to them as they were to me :/ they loved me to death til their dad left. They were marriedbexpecting babies when that happened... Its been yrs now.
That's terrible, sorry that happened, Hope.
Today 01:25 PM
JGreen06TJ Gotta head back for the 2nd half. Michael, was nice to meet you.
Today 01:21 PM
JGreen06TJ
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I raised my step sons from age 5 and 7 I love them but at the end of the day they are NOT mine. The day their dad left me the chose their dad. That told me I was not as important to them as they were to me :/ they loved me to death til their dad left. They were marriedbexpecting babies when that happened... Its been yrs now.
Sorry to hear that Hope. I don't have as much interaction as the ex does, but her interaction at this point is mostly babysitting or loaning money. Neither of which they would expect me to do. Money and responsibility were two of our hot buttons.
Today 01:18 PM
MichaelR
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I don't know. I tried to treat all of the kids the same and I don't let the 9yo get away with anything her kids didn't get away with. It's a little different because its just the two of us where it was the 4 (then 5) of us before... I've spoken with lots of divorced women who say their husbands treat the stepkids differently and I really tried not to. I should talk to the ex sometime and get her take on it. Or, maybe not....
You may be right, probably depends on how "invested" you are with them, and possibly how early you were able to be a part of their life.
Today 01:17 PM
jeepergurl67
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Not sure I agree (but my biological baby is still school age). I raised my stepkids from 9 and 11 to early 20's. Those were tough years but I loved being part of the family. I still talk to them 18 months after divorce and I'm invited to their kids parties, etc.






I'm up for this experience.
I raised my step sons from age 5 and 7 I love them but at the end of the day they are NOT mine. The day their dad left me the chose their dad. That told me I was not as important to them as they were to me :/ they loved me to death til their dad left. They were marriedbexpecting babies when that happened... Its been yrs now.
Today 01:13 PM
JGreen06TJ I don't know. I tried to treat all of the kids the same and I don't let the 9yo get away with anything her kids didn't get away with. It's a little different because its just the two of us where it was the 4 (then 5) of us before... I've spoken with lots of divorced women who say their husbands treat the stepkids differently and I really tried not to. I should talk to the ex sometime and get her take on it. Or, maybe not....
Today 01:01 PM
MichaelR My sons are in their early twenties now and my current wife and I married when they were starting their teen (tough) years. They love her, and she loves them, but there is a difference. Really, how could there not be?
Today 12:58 PM
JGreen06TJ
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I'm in the same boat as you. It's hard. For my wife it's a bit different, my first wife died of breast cancer when the boys were young Current wife got to start when they were becoming teens, she loves them but is also glad to finally get to be married without all the distractions. I don't think I'm saying this right.

I know it's tough for her too, but in a different way. For me, it's hard to separate myself from the idea that I'm the Dad that is the protector and provider for them. But I'm getting there...

It's really good to see them out on their own, learning and adjusting to life. It's good!
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You said it right... If the kids arent bilogically yours than the seperation isnt as intense. I get that. i had step sons witth my ex and when they left the nest it was nit nearly as hard as it wasnwith my babies...

Not sure I agree (but my biological baby is still school age). I raised my stepkids from 9 and 11 to early 20's. Those were tough years but I loved being part of the family. I still talk to them 18 months after divorce and I'm invited to their kids parties, etc.


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A low cut top could be distraction enough that anesthetic may not be needed
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Unless the girls blacken them
I'm up for this experience.
Today 12:56 PM
jeepergurl67
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My dentist has been in practice for over 50 yrs and I think his assistant actually whittled George Washington's dentures, so yes Hope would be much much much easier on the eyes.
Unless the girls blacken them wait what thread are we in?????
Today 12:55 PM
Priscila_06TJ
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Unless the girls blacken them
Hey if you are here y aren't you ever there!
Today 12:51 PM
jeepergurl67
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My dentist has been in practice for over 50 yrs and I think his assistant actually whittled George Washington's dentures, so yes Hope would be much much much easier on the eyes.
Unless the girls blacken them
Today 12:45 PM
Fun sized
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Now that sounds fun B the girls love attention lol
A low cut top could be distraction enough that anesthetic may not be needed
Today 12:43 PM
jeepergurl67
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Excellent suggestion!
Hmmm Hope and the girls leaning over me...that'd be worth getting dental work done

Arrrrrr... Methinks I just needs to be gettin me some wooden teeth
Now that sounds fun B the girls love attention lol
Today 12:32 PM
MichaelR oh... I'm agreeing with you on that one...
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