One woman says she doesn’t want her husband to buy any birthday presents for her son – people are saying she’s ‘bad’ but she thinks it makes perfect sense.
When the 29-year-old met her husband for the first time seven years ago, she did not know he had a child from a previous relationship. explain.
When she learned about the boy, she said she was fine with it, and the couple have now been married for four years.
She said: “He always sends his son birthday and Christmas presents, and sometimes goes to special events, and in the whole time I have known him he has definitely played the part of the father. more.”
However, problems start to arise now, as she doesn’t want her husband to spend money on her son.
“Throughout this year, my husband and I have been saving to buy a new home and we are getting close to the money we need for a home we want.”
She said the couple didn’t spend on anything other than necessities while they were saving.
She added: “My husband’s son’s birthday is next week and my husband told me he was planning to buy him a Nintendo Switch and some games for him because his son’s mother said tell him that he likes those things.
“I asked if the game was necessary, or even the Switch. My husband was confused and said it was a birthday present for his son”.
The woman then went on to say that there was no point in buying the boy a present, since her husband was barely involved in his life anyway.
“I was told it was an expensive purchase, especially since we’re saving right now, and he’s not involved in his son’s life anyway, so why should he? buy gifts for your children,” she said.
Her husband said that, because she was not the mother, his wife could not understand his situation.
“My husband said I don’t understand because I don’t have any children of my own, especially children I don’t see and I don’t understand the situation,” she said.
She explained that her husband seemed annoyed with her but didn’t understand why.
Commenters expressed shock and horror at the woman’s attitude towards her husband’s stepchild.
One horrified commenter said: “Wow. The fact that you even let this out of your mouth is to blame. Your husband has every right to be angry with you and frankly to reevaluate being married to someone who has behaved so selfishly.”
“You are selfish and callous for even suggesting something terrible to your husband. Good for him for standing his ground and ignoring your groans,” another wrote.
Another advised: “Perhaps instead of making him feel bad about giving your child presents, you can encourage him to be more involved in the child’s life!”
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