My daughter's got mono - page 2

Her brick of a mother and stepdad have literally banished her to her room....not allowed to come out except for the bathroom, food brought to her, won't talk to her except through the door or by... Read More

  1. by   Gompers
    Quote from stevielynn
    Tazzi, forgive me but I'm confused here . . . . you said your daughter has mono and my impression is you are calling yourself a "brick" of a mother . . .but then I go on to read that you are married to her dad who suggested spitting on stepdad's toothbrush?

    My mind is spinning . . . .who is who?

    steph
    I was thinking that Tazzi is the stepmother.
  2. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from Gompers
    I was thinking that Tazzi is the stepmother.
    Well, that makes sense . . . . .

    I call my boys' stepdad their dad since he is the one who actually raised them from toddlerhood.

    Ok - my mind is no longer spinning . . .

    steph
  3. by   NurseyBaby'05
    Oh, OK.
  4. by   TazziRN
    Sorry, guys, Gompers is right. I have three children....one is mine by birth, the other two (the teens) are my bonus children from my husband. The oldest lives with us now, the middle one (the mono kid) still lives with the brick because she's in her senior year. She is planning on moving in with us also after graduation. We do not use the word "step" in our family; they are my children just as much as the little one. Although the other house is 100 miles away I raised those two long distance.

    Don't remember who said this on the first page, but I wish we could bring her home while she's sick but she's too far away. And she's only out of school this week, Monday she goes back half days.
  5. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from TazziRN
    Sorry, guys, Gompers is right. I have three children....one is mine by birth, the other two (the teens) are my bonus children from my husband. The oldest lives with us now, the middle one (the mono kid) still lives with the brick because she's in her senior year. She is planning on moving in with us also after graduation. We do not use the word "step" in our family; they are my children just as much as the little one. Although the other house is 100 miles away I raised those two long distance.

    Don't remember who said this on the first page, but I wish we could bring her home while she's sick but she's too far away. And she's only out of school this week, Monday she goes back half days.
    We don't say "step" either. Or half brother/sister. That in particular makes me mad.

    Hope your daughter feels better soon.

    steph

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