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I don't want to raise a lost child

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Question - (19 November 2023) 1 Answers - (Newest, 29 November 2023)
A female Canada age 36-40, anonymous writes:

I have two children with my ex husband ..we live in the same house….My ex husband still has feeling for me …2 years back I started seeing someone and I become pregnant …..when I informed my ex …he was okay for me to stay in the house and give birth to my child …The child is here …(half cast and different from my other 2 children) ..Now that the child is here my ex husband wants to own the child and his asking me to pretend that his actual father is there …My ex holds the cards right now because ..I stay in their family home …financially..,my job is contract based …the baby’s father is not financially well off but loves and partly supports the child ex knows I can’t handle looking after the 3kids alone yet..I am about to complete a house (that I built with my ex) and I can’t afford to rent …

His now all up in arms about giving my son a name that is not his …I might be crooked but I don’t want to raise a lost child ..,how do I go about it

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (29 November 2023):

You're not crooked. You just happen to live with your ex who loves your child and what is not to love?

The child is an innocent child.

The child is not lost. You are lost in that you are confused.

You can give your baby his own fathers surname and still be a good mother .

But steer clear of alcohol or you may lose custody of all your children.

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