a word of advice regarding your offspring………….;o(
I feel your pain Ton.
My Mrs family moved into my place for 3 months (bro & wife, two teens plus ill dog!)
The dog killed our carpets, teens got all the local scroats sniffing about, but the pits was the noise mum made while on heat, every night in their room was enough to make you go mad!
Never again!Posted 7 years ago
cinnamon_girl – Member
ton – that sounds pretty dreadful. Is there no other solution? Can the g/f's parents not help out?
no, we were helping them out.Posted 7 years ago
she has a 16yr old brother, she is 17 and her sister is 19. plus mum and dad in a small 3 bedroomed house.
our house is 3 bed too but a fair bit bigger, my son's room is a big one so the cot fits in ok, and all is good apart from the teenage mum.
she is horrendous to be honest.
she is horrendous to be honest
In what ways? She's just a kid herself and is probably struggling with having a baby. It's got to be worth trying to sort some of the problems out while she's there, as she is your grandkids mum.
Not that I know anything about it, so feel free to tell me where to get off, but teenagers can be hard work at the best of times. Does she know why/how she pi$$es you off?Posted 7 years ago
andy, the lad works full time with me. he is also working on the weekends to get some money for rent, to get in front when they find somewhere.
she does not work, and since they moved in with us had not lifted a finger in the house.
all she does is sit watching the tv and on facebook all day.
we have told here she needs to find a job on a evening. she can work 16hrs without it affecting what she will get from the dole/dss/whatever. me my wife and lad can look after the baby on a night.
but cos her mother and sister has never worked she say's why should she.
her mum had her 1st kid at 17 and so did her sister..
how the **** did my lad end up with such a waster…ffsPosted 7 years ago
i feel so sad for the life he is gonna have with her.
as soon has he comes home nowe she hand the baby over, which is fine has he has not seen/been with her all day.
he feeds/bathes/plays with her all night till she is off to bed… but then throught the night we hear them arguing, her not wanting to get uo to feed the baby, so he gets up and sorts it.
i am at the stage of packing her off back to her parents, but this will cause me and the lad to fall out and i do not want that…….
Ton you are responsible only to your son, not his girlfreind,why cant they rent somewhere and claim HB, and there is no such thing as working 18 hours and claiming dole, perhaps you are thinking about Working tax credits, this also pays an allowance for child care.
Oh and i feelfor you and your family, an awkward situation for you all.Posted 7 years agoAndyPaiceMember
and there is no such thing as working 18 hours and claiming dole, perhaps you are thinking about Working tax credits,
you can work upto 16 hrs per week while claiming job seekers allowance without loosing the JSA payouts. Anything over the 16 hrs per week will affect the JSA payoutsPosted 7 years agoboxelderSubscriber
i feel so sad for the life he is gonna have with her
See what you mean. Sounds like she's not had the parenting your son has though – different values I guess. You'll be the best chance to change her ways though. Does your son stand up to her? Good luck with it, but sounds like the baby needs Dads and your input.Posted 7 years ago
andy, he does stand up to her, but i think he is the kind of lad that wants a quiet life, so just get's on with it.
18 month ago he was at sports collage and playing rugby for the leeds academy. he is a dab hand on the bike too.
now it has all stopped.
hopefully he will get sorted when they get a place.
and yeti, lets hope it does not come back to bite you mate.Posted 7 years ago
Sorry ton, I do feel for you, but that girl is part of your life now whether you like it or not. If her parents are too useless to sort her out she's not too old to take some 'gentle guidance' from someone with more normal and decent outlook on life.
And I hope your son and her don't know about your STW habit…. I'm sure you posted a pic of yourself and your grandchild on here not too long ago!Posted 7 years agoanokdaleMember
Feel for you there, really difficult and it cannot be easy.
Anyway he must have been a good player to be at the acadamy in the first place so he has something about him.
I remember that place as the Archie Gordon ground before it all went posh. 😉 and Leeds became the Rhinos and Northern became the Bulls, what a load of tosh.. Leeds are the Loiners end of and Bramley RLFC are still the sleeping giant of Rugby in Yorkshire. 😉Posted 7 years ago
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