A guy posted on his social media wall a picture of baby material to show off what he has bought for his daughter. The post had mixed reactions.
At a glance, one would easily say 'wow what a proud dad'. However, that is not the, case because it sounds like this is to spite the mother of the child as he bought items instead of sending cash.
The needs of a kid are known best by the person or people living with the kid. As a single mother myself, I can think of many other things that require money on top of those things.
Coparenting is a difficult situation and it needs maturity from both parties. While one thing might work well for the other, sometimes it may not work for someone else so flexibility is important.
Although what this guy did might seem like a big deal, it may not. Parents are excepted to buy stuff for their children.
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