I moved in

On December 30th I moved out.  I cried in the car after saying my goodbye to my daughter.  She told me she will be ok and her father has agree to continue to pay for the apt as long as I moved out. On New Years day she answered my texts and she wish me happy new year.  On Sunday she told me text me Good Night. 
I went to visit her last Monday, she told me she was just fine.  But she looked sad.  She kept telling me I had to go because her dad did not wanted me there.  I think is horrible that I can't visit  her, but instead of blowing my head off I reinvited her to come visit us on Saturday, she said she might come.  I reminded her that if she wanted to come she can anytime,anyday; she told me: "Yes you have mention that".  When I call her she will answer but just will say something like "What do you want?" or "What is it?"  I don't know, she is not been hateful, but she is not been loving either.  It makes me wonder, if this is how are we going to be.  I was hoping for a phone call, randomly, to tell me about her day or anything like that.
Maybe am asking too much.  I don't know.
My new life here is not a fairy tale, except that is amazing.  I live in a great place, quiet, near so many parks, peaceful in a small house so full of love that I think is going to explode.  I just wish she was part of this.
Am I wrong?
 

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deleted_user

I think you daughter will come around in time. 4 or 5 months... maybe longer, but she will come around. You will show her what it means to be a woman in a happy relationship. You will model happiness for her. She\'ll come around.
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deleted_user

I agree w/BretDarren, give her some time,but stay in touch with her and let her know you love her no matter what. I wish I hadn\'t gotten so angry w/my daughter when she had a hard time w/all I\'ve been through andjust hadn\'t said anything and let her lash out at me. I do believe she would\'ve stopped in time.