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Thread: Wife may have cheated 9 months ago.

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    Good Luck OP

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    Since he hasn't updated the thread yet, I'll reply to an earlier post from him --
    Originally Posted by Eyaru
    ... but in the meantime I will say this. If a person continuously shows that they aren't trustworthy than I won't stay with her. This is regardless of whether it's my kid or not.
    Didn't you agree to take her back knowing of infidelity before? And remember that the kid is getting put through this and it's not his fault at all. It sounds like you need to man up some.
    Originally Posted by Eyaru
    Not going to put up with criticisms about being a bad parent when I'm being put in a position to choose a cheater and a liar for the child's sake. Mind you I am still hoping it's a positive test result.
    You knew all of this going in. That poor kid.

    I was in a similar situation to the OP. The girl I was with (actually she was my ex-wife at the time, long story there) got pregnant. All through the pregnancy, there was questions over paternity. She and I agreed to have a paternity test done when appropriate. Meanwhile, the other dude was a no-show during the pregnancy and I was there as much as I could be including in the delivery room with her. When the nurse put him in my hand, I lost it. I was crying a river. Tears of sheer joy and happiness over the little guy. I decided right then and there I did not need no stinking test to prove he was mine.

    I can't even say he looked like me. I don't think babies really look like anyone at that point. I think this is just a thing people say to new parents for some reason, As my son got older, the resemblance between me, him and his mother is obvious.

    Strange thing about looks. I have a friend who married a woman with a small child from another man although I use that word loosely since he never wanted anything to do with his son. My friend and his wife then had a son, too. And somehow the oldest boy looks more like my friend than his birth son does.

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    Waiting for update.

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    Still no reply, I hope that means that the baby is yours and that you and your partner are now living your lives and are happy.

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    his silence makes me think the worst

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    his silence makes me think the worst
    Those were my thoughts too :(

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    The foundation of any relationship is trust. There are some issues here. Paternity test my brother. If you continue the relationship and the child isnít yours then the foundation is built on a lie and will collapse. If the child isnít yours you need to know as the real father has rights. I am not saying bail on the relationship but find out first. Good luck

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    Any up date?

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