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    Why Exhusbands current wife feels to the need give me her opinion!

    My wonderful 19 year old Daughter gave me the most amazing gift of becoming a saraget for me. Now her Father's current wife is giving me her opinion that I used my Daughter and that her Father will not be a Grandfather now due to me. Now mind you we have been divorced for 19 years and he has never been a part of her life at all.
    What would you guys do in this situation?

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    OMG. This is too good to be true. I'm home sick!!!!

    A saraget? You mean a surrogate?
    "I have referred to children belonging to themselves, not parents, biological or otherwise. As taonga, children are to be treated with respect, responsibility, love and care by all members of the group." ~ Justice Gendall
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    Say what? Your daughter is a surrogate for you? Interesting, a bit odd, but whatever.

    So her step-mother believes that her father will never be a grandpa because of this? That doesn't make sense. Even if, for some strange reason, she cannot give birth again, he most certainly can be a grandpa. Families are made in a variety of ways.

    None of this makes sense, really.
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    So, why is your nineteen year old going to be your surrogate? I don't think I would want to ask that of my daughter, TBH. But as FOP said, I don't understand why your ex's wife thinks she'll never be able to make her husband a grandfather and etc. Huh and sheesh to that!
    "I have referred to children belonging to themselves, not parents, biological or otherwise. As taonga, children are to be treated with respect, responsibility, love and care by all members of the group." ~ Justice Gendall
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    Parenting, as a firm rule, should not involve firearms.

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    So a newbie, in her first 10 posts is going to overshare?

    this ought to be good

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    What?

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    Saraget. Good fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pokey View Post
    Saraget. Good fuck.

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    It took me three readings to work out what saraget meant. I thought a "saraget" might be some kind of special gift only American children gave their mothers.
    "I have referred to children belonging to themselves, not parents, biological or otherwise. As taonga, children are to be treated with respect, responsibility, love and care by all members of the group." ~ Justice Gendall
    Quote Originally Posted by Cycle View Post
    Parenting, as a firm rule, should not involve firearms.

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