My little girl will be 4 may 10th. I'm having a party for her. Just friends and family. Well I want to invite her dad cause it would mean a lot to her if he was their. I know he wont have his own party for her cause he really doesnt even show up for visits half the time. If I ask him to come and he says yes, I think I'm just going to ask him to keep it to his self. So that way if he doesnt come then at least my little girl wont be heart broken when he doesnt show. He didn't show up for 2 of my other children's birthdays in January and they were so upset. So I don't want to go through it again. My 4 year old is the most attached to him still. And I don't want her to be disappointed on her birthday. So do you guys think it's a good idea to invite him and not tell her. That way if he does show it will be a wonderful surprise for her, and if he doesn't well no feelings hurt?
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