Thanks to the fun comment on the Car post… see I don’t respond to comments via my site. I typically email people back, that is why people might leave suggestions for things but don’t see my public response.
I tried to do webhosting and webdesign for about 8 months. I was failing very badly because the market is so very oversaturated. I stopped in February.
Yes, Matt is Daniel’s father, but I personally am not thinking “Matt = Money” I am thinking “Matt = Guy that I was supposed to spend the rest of my life with decided to break my heart and I want little contact with him right now” plus I am not in the mood to put my son through a court system right now. Later in life if need be I will go the legal route but right now, I am not going to do that.
It isn’t a lack of motavation on my part to get a job. People do not seem to understand that yes I do have a child, and I am not one of those parents that is going to let some day care raise him. I know its a huge shocker, since these days many people do not parent the way I do, and trust me, I get daily critisims from it because gods forbid I take the natural approach to parenting.
*sigh* since I appear to be getting off topic here… anyways, so yes I have looked into every single suggestion made, no I am not going to drag Matt to court for the time being, and I am not just bitching while sitting on my ass hoping people just toss money at me.
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It’s ok if you don’t respond, I don’t mind. No one should have the right to critisise you if your child is happy and healthy. I do hope you don’t get into any trouble with Matt over custody of the baby, just hang in there you’re strong from what I’ve seen. Take care.
Well, there is no right or wrong way to parent a child as long as the child is healthy and happy. I do not practice what you call “natural” parenting but I feel that I am a good parent. I have two beautiful healthy, happy children, so I guess I am doing something right. But everyone has their own idea on parenting and therefor, parents should decide what they feel is best for their child :).