His ex believes that as the mother of his child, she gets a say in a big decisions like the car their son is going to drive.
“I just repeated that he is 18, so I don’t need to ask her for permission in any way for this,” he said.
“This turned into her getting angrier and even insulting me on how incompetent of a parent I am. I just ignored her after that.”
He’s left wondering if he should have asked his ex before buying his son a nice car. What do you think?
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