20 counts of contempt?

20 sis?

There is a point in everyone’s life where you have to start asking “Is it me? Am I the problem?” Women are too often afforded the benefit of the doubt when it comes to child custody. I get there are a lot of deadbeat dads in the world but Nasir isn’t one of them.

In fact, his continued fight to ensure he maintains a relationship with his son shows us that he is willing to fight for his. It’s disheartening that as a capable and willing father, Kelis is trying her hardest to negatively impact the relationship between father and son.

Relationships die everyday.

Sons need their fathers though.

I get that co-parenting isn’t easy. It ain’t that hard either. Best. Interest. Of. The. Child.

Moving your son internationally without a parenting plan is irresponsible. I don’t care what Kelis says, she has proven herself erratic and selfish. I don’t know what happens in family court in these instances but I hope the judge opens her eyes and helps her to see that she is causing more harm than good by being a bitter baby mama. She chose Nasir to have a baby with. Now, she must make a way to ensure that they both maintain a relationship with their son.

At this point, I wonder if the judge would consider switching custody. It’s not like Nas can’t afford a nanny. Additionally, I am sure there is a bevy of women willing to step up to the plate as step mama.

There is a lesson here for everyone. Money doesn’t buy class and everyone has baby mama/daddy issues. I wish everyone would grow as parents and truly do what’s in the best interest of the child. How hard can this be?

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