Our expert says:
You are so absolutely right that the child's welfae should be EVERYBODY's main concern.
As your son is apparently not bothering to support his child nor the mother of his child, it's shaby for him to object to your doing so. It's your home, and your money. Children, as Maria says, vary in their relationships with each parent. You have not given us the details of the situation, but if for some eyars her mother was absent and the father was the only parent she saw, obviously he received all of her attention ( other than you, of course ) - now that her mother is aropund and able to mother her daily, the father may seem less central to her, as he is an occasional visitor. If he gets angry and resentful when he vvisits, the child will recognize that and it will NOT make her more fond of him. If he is patient and pleasant, and respectful to the mother of his child, it's likely that the child will in time grow to again show her liking for him
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