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Author Topic: I saw my son! (after almost a year)  (Read 2980 times)

Bolivar

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Wonderful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #10 on: Jun 07, 2005, 07:18:08 AM »
Wonderful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I too was kept out of my sons life.  For a couple of months NOT a year like you.

However I know that feeling when you get back together.

My son had those big eyes and was so happy to be in my arms.  My eyes are watering reminiscing about it.

Again, congratulations!!!


crayiii

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RE: In a word...AWESOME!!!!
« Reply #11 on: Jun 07, 2005, 08:43:06 AM »
I think the secrets are more about where they live, the car they drive, and stuff like that.  

I'm starting to worry now though...  Should I do something?  What?

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RE: In a word...AWESOME!!!!
« Reply #12 on: Jun 07, 2005, 09:07:30 AM »
Hi,

Way to go!  Look at how many people have been rooting for you.  :)

Just focus on rebuilding your relationship with your son (though it doesn't sound like much of the bond has dissipated).

If you focus on him and nothing else, in due time, he'll be sharing all those secrets because he'll trust you.

My 5 year old daughter has been telling me secrets for the past 18 months (e.g., "Momma said that I'll never see you again"), and they've never gotten back to her mother.  So, my daughter has increasing trust to come to me with stuff that bothers her, sometimes makes me promise not to say anything.

Just enjoy your son... everything else will fall into place once you have enforceable orders.


 

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