May 9, 2017 at 10:36 am #9776Paulette SmallingParticipant
QUESTION!! Ladies can your man buy his baby’s Mother a gift for Mother’s Day???+11May 9, 2017 at 11:25 am #9779Tawana NealyParticipant
Why do she even need a gift…. now, if the baby daddy wants to take the child out to pick out a gift, then that’s fine. But going out of his way to make a card and buying gift that shouldn’t be his “go to” thing to do. She shouldn’t be on his mind for those reasons. Fellas, what are your thoughts to this question ????+8May 9, 2017 at 12:31 pm #9781Lashawn WilliamstonParticipant
By all means feel free to do so, I’m guessing it all depends on the nature of the relationship meaning, for example I see it as a “thank you for blessing me with my children keeping them safe and healthy throughout the year your doing such a wonderful job” type of thing and I’m guessing if the trust levels or security of the position you now hold with him isn’t secured I’m sure there would be reasons to feel that he has no business going out of his way. I just see it from a maturity standpoint. Me and my husband’s baby mama or as I call her “our baby mama” are so good that we are a family and her husband the same. So to answer the question I see nothing wrong with it.+10May 9, 2017 at 2:36 pm #9782Mask AppealParticipant
I dont see nothing wrong with it. It’s a day celebrating mothers and as the mother of my child, why would I not want to celebrate her by giving her either a gift or a card.
From my prospective, regardless if we are no longer together or not, as the mother of my child she will always be honored and hold a special place in my heart… and if the person im with cant see the reason in that then she have a serious problem.
What some women cant understand is that in order to fully embrace the child, you must to a certain extent also embrace the mother of the child as well. You dont have to be BFF, but you can never be truly close to the child if you dont really acknowledge the childs mother.+11May 9, 2017 at 9:16 pm #9794Sofia DovilParticipant
I dont see nothing wrong with it! Now if he buys her a better gift than you then its a problem.+6May 9, 2017 at 9:36 pm #9796Word SmithParticipant
It depends on how cool ur babymama is. I got one of them ol ghetto BM’s. My BM is so hood, she be selling pickle eggs, hot sausage, frozen cups, and boiled peanuts. She need to get a real job and stop hood hustling. She got me on child support so I cant afford to give her no damn gift.+5May 10, 2017 at 11:05 am #9819Larry GeorgeParticipant
Why would you not want to get the mother of your child a gift?+6May 11, 2017 at 1:30 pm #9843Omar RodgersParticipant
Lucky for me I don’t got no baby mama’s. And If I did, I wouldnt give her nothing, its already a blessing for her having my child. U already know he gon a pimp like his daddy. #greatness+3May 13, 2017 at 1:05 am #9880Isabella GonzalezParticipant
Im kind of of the fence with this one. A card is fine, but I im not sure about a gift.+4May 13, 2017 at 12:28 pm #9888AnishaRay RayParticipant
I am also on the fence. I card and flowers ok but a super extravagant gift is not appropriate+2May 15, 2017 at 4:27 pm #9924Mask AppealParticipant
I dont know if its just me, because I feel like if she is the mother of my child, I am obligated to show her love in every way regardless if we are together or
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