What you say to your 4 years old baby when she asks to see her father who neglected us?
"Honey. You said you wanted to see daddy? Well he is not here right now and when you are a little bit older I will tell you all about it." It's always tough to try and explain things to a four year old. My 1st child, when he was four, you could talk to him about anything and he would understand and ask questions and get the feeling behind the conversation. My 2nd, he is now 4, he does not care to understand. Look at the maturity level of your child. If she is like my 1st, you can tell her about everything that has happened and why he isn't there. If she is like my second, she will change the subject before you are done telling her about him. Ultimately, it is up to you to make the best decision for her. Good luck, my dear.
I really appreciate sharing with me your personal experience, it is kind of you
she is so sensitive and i need to hit the table when she suddenly hits her feet with the table while playing, i will try to go slowly with her and hope it works. thnk
aww. You are welcome! My first is very sensitive. ASPCA commercial comes on and he cries. Maybe being sensitive is a good thing and she will understand better.
Everyone has different sizes of love.Arms out huge This is how much i have.Love? yes.Show her a tight fist with just a little space and sadly say this is how much dad has in his heart right now.Is it love? Yes! Just smaller.Ask her how much she has!
this is gonna hurt her a lot once she finds out and understands the truth. break it down slowly and in a way that she understand. this should be a wake up call to tell you to get back to the dating game and find somebody that is going to be there for the both of you. somebody you both can call daddy.
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