Good morning everyone,
I probably won’t be blogging to much this week, and I want to apologize ahead of time. This is a very special and busy week. My oldest grandbaby is turning sixteen years old on the twenty-sixth and my daughter Jennifer is having a real big formal party for her on Saturday. I mean we have to actually get all dressed up with the men in suits and women in formal dresses. What an exciting few days ahead of us.
This is also an uncomfortable week for my son in law, because Jenny paid for Adias’s real dad and his mother to come into town and enjoy the party. He doesn’t understand why they have to be here.
This is one of the things that are hard on marriages. If you get married and you have children from someone else this can be hard for the two of you, because the other person will have to always be in your life. There seems to be a competition going on, with the other spouse confused as to what their role is in the life of the child they are now parenting.
In Jenny’s case she wasn’t married before, she just had a baby in high school, yet her husband feels betrayed and confused when the other man’s name is mentioned or he calls his daughter. It isn’t right or wrong, this is a natural response. I guess the other spouse has to have faith and try to put on the shoes of the other parent.
We are busy, busy, and busy with all kind of chores to do for this big event. I am babysitting my grandbabies and I have Carol here, Adias’s grandmother from Oklahoma and I am hoping to make her
feel comfortable in our home. We have to do the women things like get our hair done and get manicures. We have to fix the hall on Saturday before this big party and my husband has a lot of cooking to do for this.
So if I get a chance to blog this week I will but I am just telling you in advance it may not be until Monday before I can blog again. Thank you for reading this and have a great day!!!!!
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