fairness
01/15/2011 at 13:01 PM

i need some advice...
i have been with my fiance for 2 1/2 yrs. i have a 4 year old daughter and he has a 7 year old and a 3 yr old that we get every other weekend. i just recently purchased my daughter some new school shoes because she really doesnt have any. she has a few pairs of snow boots that her father bought her but they dont stay here with us...well my fiance started an arguement with me and got upset bc i didnt purchase any for his daughters. we had already agreed on buying my daughter some bc we both knew that she needed them but now hes upset. i told him we could buy his girls some when they were with us which wont be for another week but hes still mad. we had also already agreed on buying one girl something with each paycheck..like one girl one week and so on...i can never buy anything for my child without him getting upset and expecting me to include his children every single time...there are times where ive purchased for his children and not mine and of course hes fine with that...but when it comes to my child he always wants to argue...am i being unfair by abiding by our agreement? and whats an easier way to be fair and to explain the fairness to him??

See your pediatrician to discuss your concerns. If both parents are petite, then your son's weight may be appropriate. Is he developmentally on target other than his weight and speech? A medical professional can examine your child and give you advice that will be best for your child.

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