I know what you're saying Vic. There's nothing y0u can do but help with the children and the dogs, since you DO love and care about them, and that right there is HUGE, not to mention the extra expense it places on you!Eye,
I've decided that to let my son find his next home and let him make his decisions for his family. I've done all I can as far as getting everything organized,so he can. I will be there to help with children but the rest, he's on his own. He's a hard worker a excellent father. I'm so proud of him but I cann't baby him anymore. Sami, Have a good weekend
You can't know the many times I've had to let my youngest son dangle, and the fires I've had to put out; knowing exactly how it was all going to end, but there has only been so far and so long I could watch this in progress before I'd have to step in, take action and say,'okay, let's do this and that' and bring an end to his misery, pull him back up and get him going again. Nearly ALL of it has been due to the bad women he's brought into OUR lives. Not all, but a lot. My God, how different it would have all been if his dad had not died when he was only fifteen. You just don't even want to know.
My son too is a hard worker Vic, and a loving father to my precious G/D. But the messes he can make would overwhelm me if I let it. I just do what I have to do, always looking above, and keep moving forward. He is a professional photographer in Sarasota,(which I'VE PROBABLY SAID BEFORE), has a gaggle of groupie women and old arts matrons following him, does beautiful work and is fairly well known in the area, but does not have the foresight to manage his own life, not in the long haul.
I sometimes wonder if God has me here for him & Caroline, and to try to stay one step ahead of him until he gains some wisdom as I sure won't be able to do it from six feet under.