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  devildog562  |  33

Everyone knows you fight fire with gasoline . The out come always is a spectacular blaze.
Maybe get a big girl princess dress and make it a happy night for everyone

  shemademedoit  |  20

or not talk to him. that's disrespectful and a sign that he may or has been cheating on her behind her back if he had the balls to flirt in front of his wife. I don't think he deserves royal treatment after that

  DoomedGemini  |  37

As a daughter of a split couple, I really rather then split. It doesn't mean I don't love one of them or they don't love me, they just weren't right for each other. My dad found another woman who is right for him, and I don't mind at all. I understand being upset at first, especially if you're young, but it's kind of a selfish thing to expect parents to stay together JUST for a child. I think a lot of kids who had parents that do that WISH they had gotten a divorce because it's not healthy for anyone involved.

  asdfghjklmoo  |  15

@34 If it is an unhealthy relationship, I would rather them divorce than cause the child to grow up in a toxic environment. I wished my parents would divorce. My mom has thrown things at my dad, she's locked my dad out of the house, she has bitched to me all about her in laws (almost everyday), tried to keep me away from them, she's even told me about their sex life. But... my mom says it is my responsibility to keep the family together and complains when I don't give her advice or care enough about it. That is such a heavy weight on a child's shoulder and I don't want anyone feeling how I did.

However, if it is just the husband hitting on other women, perhaps this can be amended by a talk or marriage counselling.

  smackaroonial  |  20

He can still be it. We don't know the whole story here. I honestly think it would be funny to try to catch the princesses off guard. My wife would be in on it too! Now what we wouldn't do, is hit on a normal person in the park that could take it as something more. But the princesses? Come on, it's all good fun.