I have a 6 mo. She is my 3rd, and his first. He was supportive at the beginning of the pregnancy, and then turned into someone I didnt know. Long story short, had a girlfriend (who I have known very well for years) when I was 5 mtnhs pregnant. I didnt find out until our daughter was 1 mth old. Ok..so I am over that. I am okay with that. They will be getting married soon, and I wish them well, so this is not an issue with "them". When he started acting different he asked about custody. I told him I didnt agree with split custody, because I feel it will be very disruptive to my household, and to her. I have never kept him from her. He is a great father, who has made a mistake or two. We are to meet one evening to try and come up with an agreement. He does have access to her at all times, but it seems to me he is starting to be a bit too concerned about who had her more than the other. It is getting nerve racking. He gets her 3 to 4 days a week. One thing is..I dont trust him. He is a b-ser, and snows about everybody he meets. I think he has something up his sleeve. I honstly believe that he is getting married because he thinks that will look better for him if we end up in court. Other people close to him and his fiance think the same thing. Where do I begin? I cannot afford an attorney. I am afraid of losing control over this, when it can be easier versus hard.
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