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My husband is like my step-child.

by three-monkeys on July 29, 2011   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Being a step-child myself, I am allowed to say that a step-child feels like the blood children always come first. A step-child also feels that his good deeds go unnoticed and his bad deeds never go unpunished. Also, that his real mother loves him much more and takes care of him better. Voila. My husband is my step-child.

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