Quoting TantricLemons:" What would you do if you ended up in a relationship (with someone who is not the parent of your first child) and they had different ideas of how they should discipline your older child?"
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" Well, I wouldn't let them discipline my child so I don't think it would matter. He would just have to ... [snip!] ... hard to say unless you know the whole situation, like if he had been there since birth or something it might be different. "That is how I feel to. And I am not really down for anything but honestly.
Quoting Christina143:" See if u guys can come to a common ground, that way its a win win for everyone. Do you guys have a child together?"How can you compromise though when it comes to how your kid is raised? When you know the choices you have made for them are right for you. Especially if they person isn't your kids parent. Yes there is another child.
Quoting TantricLemons:" That is how I feel to. And I am not really down for anything but honestly."
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" Then that's how it's gotta be, I mean if he was in a position to co-parent with you then you would know ... [snip!] ... with your child, IMO. Especially since you have a very particular way of parenting. You can't just come in and smurf with that. "It really irritates me is the fact that his behavior and attitude towards her has changed towards the end of my pregnancy and the baby being born. Its like... smurf you, you can't treat my kid different now just because we have another. UGH He acts like she can't do anything right, and wants to micromanage her. The problem IMO is the thought that she is somehow a bad kid because she wants to test limits and not listen... she is almost 4. That is what they do. It is not a sign I failed as a parent.
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" <blockquote><b>Quoting TantricLemons:</b>" It really irritates me is the fact that ... [snip!] ... parenting style because a new baby and a new spouse are in the picture, that's a lot of change for one little girl. IMO anyway,"I am REALLY uncomfortable with compromising my parenting. I have raised her the way I want her being raised. He didn't help bring her up, honestly I don't think he should be disciplining her anyways. My kid comes first, having a new baby doesnt change that.
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" <blockquote><b>Quoting TantricLemons:</b>" I am REALLY uncomfortable with compromising ... [snip!] ... consistency. If he can't respect that then he needs to let you do your own thing with your daughter. She is yours after all."
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" <blockquote><b>Quoting TantricLemons:</b>" I am really good about letting my daughters ... [snip!] ... theirs to."</blockquote> Right, but I personally don't think a child will benefit from 3 different parenting styles."Neither do I, and her dad and I are great at co-parenting together right now. We don't need a third cook in the kitchen right now.