Our expert says:
SOunds like you may have made a sensible, and gracious and kindly decision, and it's fair, so long as the other child has its mother to live with, not to accept that child to live in your family, but to accept him as part of your family, and not to have bad feelings about an inocent child. It's fair to hesitate about accepting the mother who has been hostile towards you.
What's not clear in your nessage, is what actually your husband wants, whether a change in your attitude to the child, whether visits from the child, or what. Maybe you need to talk with him and get a clearer idea of what he is thinking about, and also make clear what your feelings are ( and why ); before making and announcing a decision on your side. And read carefully the excellent responses from others, including Lucia
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