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So this tatted thug is the baby daddy of my two year old step grand daughter. He and my step daughter were both 15 when she got pregnant. My wife and I are joyfully raising the little cutie in our home.

 

BTW this is the same charming fellow who hit baby-mommy in the eye about a year ago. HARD. One of those purple green bruisers with a nice cut.

 

For the last two years he has had little to nothing to do with his baby but lately he’s been (to his credit in my mind) showing up and taking her away for a few hours. However, on two occasions he’s taken her to his mom’s house for an over-niter. I watched both times as he collected the baby AND her gear. Diapers, formula, blanket, bottles,cream, bla-bla-bla baby stuff. OK, I’m alright with that. For awhile 55.

 

Yesterday he had our sweetie at his mom’s place and for whatever reason decided to keep her another night. So what does he do? He drives right past 7, Tesco AND a baby supply place to arrive at my door demanding a new box of formula AND, get this, more diapers.

 

I told him no. This was when balled his fist and pulled his shoulder back as if to hit me. Good Lord I’m 68 years old and this little *#%*& is 18. Maybe it was actual impulse control or perhaps it was just too many witnesses but, he didn’t hit me.

 

What was good was I kept my hands low, palms out in a pacifying manner. I never pointed a finger or raised my voice but I did manage to keep a SMILE. HAHA.

 

There are so many things wrong about this. 

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3 minutes ago, Orton Rd said:

and idiots

well in this case he is certainly that....

 

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Conversation is running through your wife or do you speak enough Thai to go direct?

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1 minute ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Maybe, just maybe, someone has to explain to him what the baby needs.

 

Personally I have no baby and no experience with them. If someone would ask me to take care of a baby (and I can't avoid it) I would ask for all the correct supplies because I have no idea about them.

 

Maybe the guy never bought any of this and has no idea what he should buy or not buy. Maybe someone should go with him to a shop and should him exactly which products make sense and which he should buy.

 

I know that does not guarantee that he does not go back to you. But at least he would know what to buy. Now maybe he goes in a shop and buys just anything that he things might be ok. And probably he will buy the cheapest and possibly something bad for the baby.

He's been getting the baby bag from us every time he takes her. What am gonna do? Tell him look in the bag? You see powder, vasoline, diapers, formula etc etc... 

 

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1 minute ago, 55Jay said:

Conversation is running through your wife or do you speak enough Thai to go direct?

half half and I started the dialog with "excuse me, but..." NO.

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3 minutes ago, Dogberry said:

I know that does not guarantee that he does not go back to you.

but DUDE he was ready to SWING at me!!! <deleted>? I mean W T F ! And he's already proven proven himself fast and loose with the fists. 

 

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2 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

And maybe this is a way to form a better "relationship" with him - if you want that

I would love that actually. Along with some acknowledgement that I'm the one paying for every penny of HIS daughters life. Of course I'll never get that. I would gratefully accept an end to the snearing. And threats of violence.

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59 minutes ago, Dogberry said:

What was good was I kept my hands low, palms out in a pacifying manner. I never pointed a finger or raised my voice but I did manage to keep a SMILE. HAHA.

I think this is best way to handle the situation and as the situation is likely to continue time spent being prepared for these encounters will give you the upper hand in avoiding any escalation of tension.Avoid any confrontation because more often than not there are machetes readily available and little thought as to consequences of using them.Instead be the master negotiator and steer his thoughts away from violence and then you will saviour your win all the more.

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