I re-blogged this personal story of a little girl whose father forced her to grow up without her real mommy, and who also had to live with an unnatural step-‘mother,’ who could not possibly love someone else’s child as if it came out of her body and the house the baby made inside of her while she grew–bigger than a house, to show you that
1. You were not alone in your situation, and
2. THE PAIN THIS GROWN-UP CHILD HAD TO ENDURE THINKING THAT HER MOM DID NOT FIGHT FOR HER IS DEFINITELY NOT SOMETHING YOU WILL HAVE TO WONDER ABOUT!!!
I am three years old. You are no longer in our home and my world is shattered. I saw Daddy’s anger toward you and I will be careful not to make him angry at me too.
I am four years old and my visits with you are dwindling. Please do not give up your rights. Take what action you can, whatever action is right and necessary. Find those who can help you. Find those who will hold you up, because my world depends upon you not giving up. Do not believe Daddy when he says I am better off without you. I need you to know that is a lie.
I am five years old and you dare to show up on my birthday, to deliver a gift. I want you to know that I am so glad you are there, but I am afraid to say so. I…
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