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My ex and i had a son out of wed lock. He was abusive before, during, and after the pregnancy. When my son was about 10 months old we broke up. Since then i've kept a notebook with a record of everytime he provided anything for our son (before child support). Every visit and phone call. Basically anything that had to do between my ex, myself, and my child. Hr never had much to do with our son even when we lived together. He would if he had to watch him he would get really pissed off that i forbid him to take him out of my home to his friends. His friends where their houses are filthy and filled with pot smoke. If he watched him over night id come home to my son in the same clothes drench in his own pee and poop. Finally because i wouldnt let him take my son on his own he decided he wouldnt come around until i did. He lived maybe 5 blocks away and for 6 months straight hasnt seen his child. Never once called or anything. Now being the 7th month he has gone without seeing our child i randomly found out he moved to michigan. I found out over a week after. He didnt inform me or try to see his son before leaving. I called and reported him to child support. He moved theirr becuasr of some girl and he dj's for raves. He's always cared more about the raves and the drugs that come with the scene than anything else. Now i've always left it open to him that he can come see his kid any day every day but it just has to be at my house. But now instead of trying to give my child his father who is nothing but a child himself. I'd rather spare my child the heartbreak of years to come. I want his father out of his life for good. I mean he already is but i want it to be legal. And as many times as i ask the father to sign over his rights he avoids the question or starts yelling about it. Like out of spite he keeps it legal just so he can piss me off.
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