Not sorry enough.sorry for having autism
Yes, please. @Light Yagami @Kait If either one of you can post something that verifies your identities, that'd be swell.Can we get some uhhhh identity verification in this thread? Please?
I don’t think the best troll in the world could role play this autistic Canadian family cluster fuck so authentically, but I always appreciate KF verification system.
Please don’t fall into “my whole world” trap, it’s an awful and dangerous cliche. An infant should not be “your whole world’. The reality is you are the whole world to the baby, not vice versa. He needs to learn about the world from you. Taking care of your baby should be your top priority but not define your entire existence.Thank you.
I never wanted children, and had never planned on having any, so an unplanned pregnancy definitely WASN'T something I was able to easily adjust to.
Changing your entire view on how your life is going to play out is a huge thing to come to terms with though, add in my grandmother passing away when I was about 8 weeks along, all the shit with my father, Colin, and my mother's refusal to back off, pair all that with hormones, and it was a shit show for my mental health.
But my son is my whole world now, I never did get treatment (prenatal mental health care is a nightmare) but I worked my ass off to grow and turn the unwanted pregnancy into a wanted baby.
Colin can say whatever he wants to try to demonize me, but my son WILL grow up knowing that he is safe, loved, and wanted... And Colin will be sitting on a computer, surrounded by filth, wondering why he's not allowed at family dinners.
Who the fuck did I steal from?
And I'm pretty sure everyone in this thread wants to scream at you two too, so I'm not sure what you think you're proving there... Plus, you aren't exactly softspoken either.
(Edited for clarity because I fucked a sentence up)
I meant it more in a "my son is my top priority and I will give up anything and everything I need to in order to provide him with whatever he needs from me" sense.Please don’t fall into “my whole world” trap, it’s an awful and dangerous cliche. An infant should not be “your whole world’. The reality is you are the whole world to the baby, not vice versa. He needs to learn about the world from you. Taking care of your baby should be your top priority but not define your entire existence.
This good mother equals a martyr complex is disturbing to me. Of course most of the women who I see endlessly post about a baby being “their whole world” suddenly change their tune when the weekend comes round and they want to party or they get a new boyfriend, but they chant those mommy cliches like a mantra.
Your mother attempted to make Colin her “whole world” and look how that ended up. Have a full life so your baby will too.
If you start a GoFundMe to get that covered I'd totally contribute.As for identity verification:
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And the link to the original post mentioning the tattoo:
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Satisfied? Date and time are on my watch to verify I took that about 20 minutes ago.
LMFAO nah, I pay for my own shit, I'm not my mother. Definitely do plan to cover it though, and hopefully soon.If you start a GoFundMe to get that covered I'd totally contribute.
Was he less if a turd when you got it? I'd be interested to hear your mindset when you got it.
I never asked her for anything, nobody asked her for anything.i tried also that is rude. hi now that you are dying can i have your stuff
Honestly I'm fine not having her post here.Kathleen, both your kids are on here fighting. And it's all because of you deciding to write in public about them and try to appear to be a great, accepting mom when you're actually a creepy, emotionally incestuous abuser. Want to come in here and straighten out the story? Everyone's been here but you...
Well, looks like Colin's giving up on the idea of his own place and just wants to mooch on mom forever. Big surprise. What a moron, though...any apartment can kick you out in x days' time, for a lot of reasons, and even a lease isn't going to be ironclad. He feels entitled to the benefits of home ownership while talking about (but not actually applying for) a job at the Dollarama.My last attempt to help him was when I found a gorgeous one bedroom apartment for $675/m. It was a ground floor unit and included access to the backyard including the deck and the jacuzzi. Yeah… a jacuzzi.
Colin turned it down because it was a “basement apartment” then proceeded to explain that every apartment in a house was a basement apartment, no matter what floor it was on, because the landlord could just say he had a family member who needs the unit and he’d be out in two months. Which is theoretically correct but isn’t that common. Colin kept insisting it was and after he yelled for a decent amount of time I told him I was no longer helping.
John Howard Society found him a room yesterday and he immediately took a look. It was close to shopping and, at $600/m, definitely affordable. Colin just turned it down because now he wants to get a full time job and stay here. At first he talked about working construction but someone (other than me) must have talked to him because now he’s talking about Dollarama.
Please leave my grandparents out of this.Whoever this woman's dad was, he did a number on her. Kait, what's grandpappy Atkinson like?
No, she really doesn't. She babies him to the point he doesn't know how to function as an adult, and has no concept of when he does something that is not okay. She refuses to see where the line is between normal autistic behaviours (because he is legitimately autistic) and Colin just being a lazy, entitled, ass. Everything he does is blamed on his autism, and anyone who says he's just being a douche is a monster.I'm curious since Kait will have some insight here...does Kathleen EVER just like put her foot down and make his dickwad son of hers do anything?