Posted: Mon May 11, 2009 7:07 pm
Posted: Tue May 12, 2009 1:09 pm
I'm 15 weeks pregnant tomorrow. I went back to my ex after he treated me worst than a dog. BIG MISTAKE. I didn't realise until now that domestic abuse doesn't mean you have black eyes every other day. It can be mental and emotional abuse, & I suffered at the hands of an artist. I've been back at mums for the last 2 weeks, and even though I'm finding it hard to except that the man I've loved for nearly 9 years could be so cruel I can't wait to have this baby!! I've kept him up to date on how I am & how his child is, but he couldn't care less. I'm now planning to set up a home for me & baby, so my days & nights are constantly filled with how I'm going to make our home as comfortable as possible & I'm working hard to fulfill that dream. It's hard & I do wonder what I could have done to deserve what I've been through. But the way I see it I'm gonna take the best of him, this child we created & run!!!! Today's a good day, I'm feeling strong & optimistic. Tomorrow I may feel so down I may not be able to make it out of bed. I'm taking each day as it comes. It will get worse before it gets better & we all have to be prepared for that. I sleep good at night knowing that I'm not to blame & I did & am still doing everything I can to keep my & my ex on good terms. We can all do this!!!! Women are the real soldiers in life.
Posted: Sun May 24, 2009 11:01 am
hi im 21 and single! when i told my ex i was pregnant he basically said he didnt want kids and he messed with my head abit but i ended it told him i would keep him updated and he said dont bother so i dont!! i love being single though its so much easier just having to think of yourself and the little bun in the oven x
Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 2:27 pm
Post subject: single mum
Hi Ive been single since being bout a month pregnant and my little girl is now 4 months, my ex was a waste of space at the begining but now he wants to be a dad and he trys his best, so any 1 who's ex dosen't want to or just scared give them chance when the baby is born and try talking to his family, I know its scary but Im glad I did it now I know my little girl will know her dads side of the family and they've been great. I love being a mum and don't mind at all about being single all I want to do is to concentrate on being the best mum that I can be and it can be hard at times like when u get ill yourself and money issues but it's so rewarding and to all those expecting for the first time it is so amazing seeing your baby for the first time and that feeling never go's away.
Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:13 pm
Add me to the list....been told to have the baby on my own so I guess I will.
All because I looked at his facebook & he has been talking to an ex who for months and months has denied he has even been in contact with.
And asking random women to be his friend etc. Oh and has been with the local bike.
Had the cheek to tell me its over because I looked. LMAO I'm so glad I did!
Posted: Fri Nov 27, 2009 7:03 pm
Post subject: scary
my husband decided to leave when i was 3 and a half months pregnant - we already have 2 boys - age 5 and 2 and i and now 6 weeks away from giving birth to our third. Im really excited but he does not seem to be. Very scary doing it alone. How is everyone coping?
Posted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:40 pm
hi i'd say my situation has arisen in the same way as 'mecanic's'. i wasn't really with the father it was just a couple of fun nights of passion that resulted in pregnancy. going to be doing this on my own as he has said he wants nothing to do with it. doesnt even want updates but that suits me fine.
i already have a 9yr old daughter from a previous relationship and brought her up on my own from when she was 4 months old, so i figure if i have done it once i can do it again.