Ok, so I don't understand why the BM felt the need to tell a 12 that her dad had an affair and that the ow is having a baby. My H told her that he did not want the 12 to know until a DNA test was done, and she told her anyways. now, the SD is acting differant towards me and her dad. Me and BM have never seen eye to eye. Im not saying that I am better then her but, I and a size 4 and 5ft, she is a size 20 and 5ft, so there is deffently jealousy on her part. I have tryed to be friends with her, I bought Bday gifts for her other kids and her, but still she had not given me a chance and I'm fine with that. I have taken the backseat (maybe even another car all toghter) when it comes to parenting the 12year old. I don't want to take her mothers place and have told the BM that as well. I just really don't understand why the 12 needs to be brought into this until the test confrim who the dad is of this baby. Any advice on how to handle this. We did not find out the 12 lied until she went home. My H fully intends talk to her when she comes back over. I told my H that I would not be a part of that converstion, just to make things eaiser. God this is such a mess.
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