(243rd day, 122 more days to go)
Somewhere in the world is a Mama who HATES her Baby Daddy for the things that he does but her daughter loves him so much despite that he makes broken promises to both of them. On the other side of that world is her Baby Daddy who HATES his Baby Mama too but doesn’t realize that making broken promises hurts his daughter more than anyone else.
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(242nd day, 123 more days to go)
Dear “Crazy” Baby Mamas:
Hey, CrazyBabyMamas!!! I have an issue with my daughter’s father. We are at home for the holidays so since my daughter and I live in another state, her father hasn’t seen her in years. So he picked her up to take her out for a day of fun riding go-carts. When they returned he told my boyfriend and I that she looked like she was going to get sick. As she was coughing, I noticed that she didn’t have her coat on (which she had on before they left). When I asked where was it, she said it was in her bag and all he did was hand her a Burger King bag then he left. And he even had enough time to post pictures of them on Facebook. Needless to say, she ended up getting sick and couldn’t do anything for a week. I sent him a text to bring her some medicine but all he said was that he lived too far from where we were staying. Keep in mind, we were about 45 minutes away instead of the 18 hours where we actually live. I believe he could have done more than that and my boyfriend doesn’t understand why I am so mad at him.
Well, Mama, I hate to tell you this but “it is what it is.” Since he hasn’t seen his daughter in years and you guys live only 18 hours away then it’s safe to say that you got yourself a S.A.M…Sorry Ass Motherf**ker for a Baby Daddy. I normally don’t use that phrase (which you can find in our book, Are You A “Crazy” Baby Mama? A Handbook For Single Moms) but he has shown you the type of father he is by NOT driving, flying, walking, swimming, or even catching a bus to see his child or send her a ticket for her to come see him (IF she’s old enough to travel alone). So, why waste your energy by being mad at him because I’m sure this wouldn’t be the first time that you would take care of your sick child. I’m sure YOU have been the one to stay home from work to take care of her. I’m sure that YOU were the one to take her to the doctor. I’m sure YOU have done all of this without him. I commend you for still allowing him to take his daughter out despite the fact he hasn’t seen her in years because some moms wouldn’t. Just keep doing you and be “Crazy” for your daughter instead of acting “Crazy” toward her father. In the end, you have to trust that your daughter will see her dad for who he really is.
(240th day, 125 more days to go)
I was at the grocery store the other day and I couldn’t help notice this item for sale. Toasted Bread? Okay, I totally understand people like myself who purchase things based on convenience such as prepackaged veggies like diced onions or diced fruit BUT toasted bread, C’mon!! It just reminded me of a slice of Croutons cause it was that hard…lol. C’mon Americans, we should have time to toast our own bread instead of buying it…at least I think so. 🙂
Written & Posted by: Maxx
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(239th day, 126 more days to go)
From Twitter: Dear “Crazy” Baby Mamas: I HATE My #BabyDaddy.
On Twitter CBM Response: We do not condone Hating your child’s father/Baby Daddy BUT we understand.
(238th day, 127 more days to go)
Somewhere in the world is a Mama who agreed to let her child spend the day with their father. Even though this was his first attempt in years to take their child out, she made no fuss about it because she has learned to #LetItGo. Upon their return, he told her that their child doesn’t feel well. The Mama then noticed that their child wasn’t wearing a coat. When the Mama asked where was the coat she had on before leaving, he said it was in her bag. Later, in the middle of the night, the child began to run a high fever & throws up several times. On the other side of that world is her Baby Daddy who receives a late night text message from her asking him to drop off some medicine for their child. He sends her a text back which says, “I’m way across town so how sick is she?”
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(237th day, 128 more days to go)
How many of us can say that we Hate our child’s father? Or is it that we Hate the things that they do to our children? Sometimes our feelings and actions towards our Baby Daddies can be mistaken as our way of still Loving them or wanting them back in our lives. HA! No one can understand how you can Hate someone you used to love because they Love the same person that you do & that person is your child. We just don’t want their father to hurt them like they did us or the same way your own father hurt you when you were a kid. We just want their father to be THERE without all the drama. BUT the only way to get there is to #LetItGo. Just think of how peaceful your life will be when you can see your child’s father without your blood boiling or your fist clinched because you want to beat the living crap outta of him…Woo-sah, Mamas, Woo-sah. That day is near & all You have to do is T-R-Y to Let. It. Go. (Lydia Rouse picked today’s #TTT’s Song of The Day)
(236th day, 129 more days to go)
Facebook Daddies – noun. – “fathers” who only post pictures of them & their kids on Facebook just for show i.e. LIKES & Comments while they STILL owe child support & STILL start drama with their Baby Mamas behind the scenes. They say “a picture is worth a thousand words” BUT always being “there” for your child is PRICELESS.
Posted by: Maxx
(235th day, 130 more days)
A Little inspiration for those Single Moms…
(234th day, 131 more days)
Dear “Crazy” Baby Mamas:
My daughter’s father was in and out of our daughter’s life for the first 2 years of her life before he completely stopped coming by. Now, she is 4 years old and wants to start seeing her again. I just started dating this guy and I think that my daughter’s father will start some drama between us since he just broke up with his girlfriend. I know my daughter needs her dad in her life but I’ve been there for her since day one. I don’t understand WHY he wants to come back and wish that he would stay far away from us. Am I wrong for feeling this way?
No you are not wrong for feeling the way you feel towards your child’s father. You’ve been there for your daughter since she was born so you’re probably used to him not being there. Then the very moment you seemed to have moved on with your life there he goes popping up at your house demanding to see HIS daughter. Like, Really? It’s like our Baby Daddies can sense that we are happy all of a sudden but when we are not happy they are no where to be found. lol. Well, I wouldn’t worry about him starting any drama between you and your new Boo because if you give him any warnings then you’re actually giving him permission to start some drama. Think about it. If you tell him that you’re in a new relationship and you want him to respect it then he will start thinking that you still care about him. The fact that you give any energy to discuss the potential drama before it actually happens is giving the situation ammunition so let him see for himself that you and your daughter are fine. Don’t give him that much consideration especially since he hasn’t given you and your daughter any. Try to think positive going into the situation BUT the moment he starts some sh** then let him know at that very moment that you’re not effin’ around. Just continue being “Crazy” for your daughter and as always for Yourself.
(233rd day, 132 more days to go)
Somewhere in the world is a Mama who no longer “cares” about herself. She doesn’t speak to her girlfriends at all or go to the hair salon for her weekly hair appointments anymore. Instead, she focuses on her kids by taking them to their after-school activities everyday, spends an extra hour on their homework with them, and have “Mommy & Me” time throughout the entire weekend she’s off. On the other side of that world is her Baby Daddy who is attending his best friend son’s birthday party along with his “new” girlfriend.
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