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Name: KysMommy
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I am 19 years old and I have a 4 year old daughter who I've worked my ass off to keep safe and healthy! Her father wants nothing to do with her and I live in my parents basement apartment... honestly.... i suck at this! I feel soo guilty everytime i get frustrated with being a mother... only thing is, my mother is ALWAYS there for me, she helps me with my daughter financially, physically and emotionally... but she is so much better at raising my daughter... I work a full time job where sometimes I'll go a day without seeing my daughter.... so needless to say, if i yell at her, she goes to grandma ... If i want to play, snuggle, read a book... whatever... she goes to grandma.... it hurts so much and yet when i do see her I'm so worn out from working that I find myself letting her have her way because I know my mom is better
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Name: Layne | Date: Jul 23rd, 2006 2:44 AM
HONEY ITS YOUR AGE. IDONT MEAN THAT IS A MEAN WAY. I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE. I HAD MY FIRST CHILD AT 17 I DIDNT LIVE WITH MY MOM BUT SHE DID HELP ALOT. I WAS MARRIED FOR 5 YEARS .THEN HE CHEATED AND WE DEVORCED.i WAS 22. MY MOM WATCHED AND WAS THERE FOR BRANDON MORE THEN I COULD BE EMOTIONALY. I WAS JUST IMPATIENT AND YOUNG. OH I LOVED HIM MORE THEN ANYTHING.THATS NOT IT. SHE JUST KNEW WHAT TO DO. MY SON 24 NOW SILL LISTENS AND NEEDS HER MORE EMOTIONALY. IT DOES BUG ME SOMETIMES. BUT WHAT I DO TO GET THROUGH IT IS I LOOK AT IT AS HOW LUCKY I AM TO HAVE A WONDERFUL PERSON IN HIS LIFE...OUR LIFE...
NOW I AM REMARRIED AND HAVE A 11 YEAR OLD AND 9. I AM THE MAIN DEAL THIS TIME AROUND. SOMETIMES I MISS HER AS THE CRUTCH. SO HANG IN THERE AND JUST LOOK AT IT AS I AM LUCKY TO HAVE THE WONDERFUL MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER FOR MY CHILD. THAT WILL HELP YOU TO EXCEPT IT. 

Name: jysmummy | Date: Jul 24th, 2006 12:18 PM
i think it has nothing to do with your age but jus the fact that your tryin ur best to support your daughter financialy, maybe you should think abouta part time job, ye u may have much less ,oney beut atleast u can then spend special time with ur daughter, im only 16 and u most probaly think wot dus she no, but i have just done my gcse and am due to start college full time in september and i do it on my own i find so challenging but you can reap the rewards when you see them grow and develop!!! 

Name: to kysmommy | Date: Aug 18th, 2006 10:30 PM
remembr your mother raised you and she learned a lot because she lived a lot longer then you try studing yor mom you mite learn something in the end your litte girl will know you are her mother 

Name: mel | Date: Oct 6th, 2006 6:52 PM
I'm a stay at home mom with 2 kids one is4 and the other just turned 1.Most of the time i feel frustrated but i wouldn't want my life any diffrent. All i could say is you just got to hang in there talk to your daughter, tell her how you feel eventhough you might think she wont understand you might be surprised. 

Name: Lizzi | Date: Oct 6th, 2006 10:42 PM
Don't see it as competition,look at it as your daughter is getting great care and when you are working and your girl is with grandma,you have nothing to worry about! Be thankful you have such a wonderful person to look out for you both! Cherish every moment you have with your daughter as well as your mom too. She wouldn't be helping out like this if she didn't love you and care about your well being too! 

Name: to kysmommy | Date: Oct 12th, 2006 11:08 AM
your daugther's luckey she has two great woman in her life, grandma'sare for running to when mother's yell or spank 


Name: kysmommy | Date: Oct 15th, 2006 9:48 PM
i don't spank and i try not to yell, i don't understand my mom was real strict with me she even spanked me as a teenager now she got soft i guess grand children can do no wrong. 

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