Here is a good one. My son is getting married in a couple of weeks and my husband and I will be gone most of that Sat. and Sat. night. Anyway, it is his daughters weekend to come and stay with us and my husband said "I may have to get my son to stay here and babysit her." Good grief, she is 15 years old and besides that, the son can't even take care of himself, let alone look after someone else. This is the son that will be 18 and daddy still makes his plate for him allot of the time. Don't you think 15 is old enough to stay by yourself and be responsible? The fact must be that my husband just does NOT trust her. I don't trust neither one of them either because they are sneaky and tell lies. Then come to find out that there is no written court order saying that his daughter has to come and stay with us every other weekend. There used to be one and I didn't know that it had been changed. I may sound selfish, but I look forward so much to the day when these 2 kids have moved on, so I can enjoy time alone with my husband, as I had wished it would be from the beginning.
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