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Proud Single Mama, Birth & Postpartum Doula
Student, Aspiring CNM
DD ~ 1/7/09 DS ~ 9/22/10
I think the biggest thing to do is to sit with your DH and get on the same page. Your DSS is much older, and isn't going to take being under your care very well... if he was younger it would be different.
But regardless you need to be on the same page as his Dad. If there are things that are making you uncomforable... it is your house too and you have a right to voice those concerns to your DH, and hopefully he will listen and the two of you can find a middle ground to take with DSS.
You have a right to feel comfortable with the rules in your own house.
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