By Anonymous - 01/08/2009 13:06 - United States
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I really don't see how "his heart is in the right place". Forgetting her exact age - ok that might happen, though 21 is a kinda important birthday, he should have remembered that she has already passed that. Forgetting the day and month of her birth ... after presumably 23 birthday celebrations ... I don't see how that's possible unless he hasn't cared at all during her entire childhood. And that would make this message the expression of regret of a deadbeat loser. The kind of person who now feels sorry for *themselves* because they don't have a good relationship with their kids, but has never made the effort required to have one, and never will. I have a daughter, there is no way I'd ever forget the night she was born, absolutely no way.
Clearly, he understated his lament regarding being able to believe how fast you're "growing up". FYL. I know the feeling; sucks when your parents have erroneous information regarding you... particularly when it's legally documented... and I would think they knew for tax purposes at the very least at one point... not to mention the whole wow-I'm-your-child-really? thing. But in the *end* it's the heart that matters. His was in the right place, if not time:-p
i don't understand y u upset about it at least hes trying most dads wont even do that...so stop ur complainin and accept the fact that well ur dad is tryin to come back to u and tryin to tell u he loves u...i havent seen my dad in years he walked out on me n my 7 brothers and sisters and my mom and i recieved nothin from him be thankful that u got somethin from ur father n dont go on FMY just bc he got ur wrong age n birthday he was probably looking for a conversation starter...so be thankful
I'm thinking there's a secret daughter you guys don't know about and he just sent the message to the wrong one.
OMG that sucks....i'm so sorry. =( well at least, his heart is in the right place i guess.