Below is the random thought titled "It's My Birthday".Be aware that these thoughts may be based on opinion, and my opinion might not agree with yours.When she gets an ultrasound, she discovers she is pregnant for real.Realizing the baby is her own (with her common-law husband, Carl (Dax Shepard), from whom she is separated), Angie is forced to confess at Kate's baby shower.Lucy says her new boyfriend, Ken, treats her well and, despite her family’s objections, doesn’t see anything wrong with the fact that the man she is dating is the ex-husband of her daughter, Cheryl.“How dare my daughter judge me for my decision to be happy,” Lucy says.“Ken takes very good care of me.”Cheryl claims that once she separated from Ken, her ex-husband and her mother started dating shortly thereafter.“I was shocked and betrayed. A hug once in a while,” she explains, adding that although they live together, she says they are “not sexually intimate.”Lucy’s granddaughter, Hope, says she also objects to her grandmother’s relationship and claims the relationship has divided her family.“I feel like my grandmother chose Ken over my mom,” Hope says. I worry all the time that she might say something, she might talk to the wrong person – I know that he is very capable of hurting my grandmother,” claims Hope. It baffles me that a woman in her right mind would consciously choose to date a man who is a father of a child not of her womb. Baby daddies are high up on my “men not to date” list, right next to ex-convicts and drug addicts!
I demand my man’s undivided attention under any circumstances.You can’t begin to fathom how you survived this long without him and you dare not imagine a future where he’s missing from your life. He has a child from a previous relationship – what we in urban areas call a ‘baby daddy’.Not a lot of women think about “baby mama drama” without contempt.Now in her late thirties, she finally decides to have a child of her own but her plans are dampened when she discovers she has a minuscule chance of becoming pregnant due to her uterus being T-shaped.Also denied the chance to adopt, Kate hires an immature, obnoxious South Philly woman named Angie Ostrowski (Amy Poehler) to become a surrogate mother for her.Where poetry’s concerned, he sings a song only your heart can hear.As is expected of such chemistry, you fall madly in love.I sincerely sympathise with these desperate women (you’d have to be terribly desperate to date a baby daddy) who get involved with daddies and go out of their way to impress boo and his kids. I especially pity the women who date serial baby daddies.The fact that he has multiple baby mamas, none of whom he has ever been married to, is really not a red flag to you? It doesn’t feel weird when he tells you he has to go pick up his third child who is really his first child with baby mama number three? If you date a baby daddy, you will never ever come first in his life.I felt like she turned her back on me,” Cheryl says. Ken allowed me to be more vocal, taught me to be more vocal, and we were just friends.”WATCH: Daughter ‘Shocked, Betrayed’ That Her Mother Is Dating Her Ex-Husband Soon, however, Lucy says she and Ken became more than just friends. “I would like him to be out of her life.”Lucy says in no uncertain terms that Ken has been abusive toward her – and she says to her family that she should be free to date whoever she wants.“I am an adult and I feel that me, as being an adult, and this is a free country, that I am divorced now, he is divorced now, and we get along,” Lucy says.Lucy says Ken allowed her to feel comfortable.“In the beginning, it was a relationship that we were very much just friends,” Lucy explains. kind of give me some guidance to be the person I was looking for. “Whatever reason, we get along.”Watch more from this episode, The Ultimate Betrayal: "Should We Forgive My Grandma?