so my husband has a 4 year old daughter. her mother has raised her and had custody of her for the past 4 years. at the beginning of august she dropped her off with all of her belongings and said she didnt want her full time anymore. she said she would visit her every other weekend. well she hasnt seen her or called to check on her since august over 2 months now. very bizarre! anyways we are going to talk to a lawyer on monday and we know if she has to start paying child support and pay for insurance she wont she already told us that in the beginning. so im guessing she will give up her rights. my husband emailed me yesterday and said if that happened that he wants me to become her mother not just her step mom. what??? should he even say something like that shouldnt i be the one to offer that? i would never do that though. i would never adopt someone elses kid though. i dont know that i would tell him that now. i mean he is the one who choose her mother and decided to have a kid with her. why should i have to be her mom when her real mom doesnt want the responsiblity anymore? it just really bothers me that he said that to me.
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