Our expert says:
Having twins is never "having it easy", is it ?
Presumably its good that he remains involved with his children - would you want a man who doesn't care about his own children ? And if his ex is primarily looking after them, but has cancer and may not perhaps be able to look after them in the long term, surely there is a problem he, and her, and his ma-in-law need to keep considering - who will look after the kids if the biomom succumbs to her cancer ?
How can yopu be so hard-hearted as to expect aht "it is over with them" when you are talking about HIS children, and his ex who may be dying ?
You sound so selfish, utterly self-centred and callous. It may be the best thing for the kids and for him, if you did let him go, gently, and looked for someone able to and prepared to focus on nobody but you
OK, he may not be the wisest man around - spending 140 K on in vitro when not married and in a relationship which broke up isn;t wise.
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