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    Should my DB see his son while he vists for two days?

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    his son is staying with his son's mom and grandmother while he deployed, he been gone only about month n half, gets to fly out for some r&r before he flys over seas but its only for a couple days. we are wondering if its better for his son not to see him while hes here since hes not here long,but the next time he will get to see his dad is about 6 months after. his son is only 3, he talks really good tho, some times you think hes older from how good he talks for his age. he is still trying to get use to not seeing his dad every other week, so will seeing him only make it harder and have to start all over with having him use to the fact his dad is gone for a year?

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    If it were me there would be absolutely no chance in **** that he would not see his son. I know 3 year old are little and don't understand everything but cmon, it's a dad away from his son, with a chance to see his son. Yes, I think he should see him. Kids are young, but they are not china...

    Makes me think though, and this is ONLY because it crossed my mind as a general question (and NOT to insinuate AT ALL anything about this OP): What if this was the mom coming back for a couple days. Would there be a question? REALLY just because I thought of it...



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    Yes, he should see his child. Why would it even be a question? He should spend both days with him, frankly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Songtan Sally View Post
    Yes, he should see his child. Why would it even be a question? He should spend both days with him, frankly.
    I COMPLETELY AGREE

    you should encourage him to spend as much of his non work hours with his boy as he has to give!

    I also with Judi...this would never be a question if this were a mom
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    Agree with others, he should absolutely see and spend as much time as he can with his son. You never know (deployment or not) whats going to happen, and thats time you cant get back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by His*PITA* View Post
    Agree with others, he should absolutely see and spend as much time as he can with his son. You never know (deployment or not) whats going to happen, and thats time you cant get back.
    those were my thoughts exactly!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by His*PITA* View Post
    Agree with others, he should absolutely see and spend as much time as he can with his son. You never know (deployment or not) whats going to happen, and thats time you cant get back.
    Completely agree
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    There is no way in hell that my husband would go without seeing his kids if he were in country and able too.
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    No question about it. He should spend both days with him. There shouldn't be any hesitation tbh!


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    Yes. He should be spending as much time as possible with his son.
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