My 17 year old son has legal and sole custody of his twin daughters all live with us. The Mother gave up her rights to the children at birth and handed them over to an adoption agency. We had to go to court and won the paternity case to the tune of $8,000. My husband and I were compassionate and understanding that the mother of the twins was going to be in a hard place.They live in the next town over and my son and she were still seeing each other. In the meantime I have taken care of the girls 24/7. They are very fussy and difficult to manage, but I do it with no help from "Daddy". I love my g/d and I worry about them. I also believe I am responsible for their well being.My son fights us about this and tells us he has custody of them and that we are not their mom and dad.I'm so tired taking care of the girls and now I have to deal with these teens how do you do this?
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