Sunday, April 15, 2012

From the heart.

This post, being my final required one for the class project, I wanted to talk about a personal matter. Co habitation is on the rise, according to my soc. book. Some frown on this, thinking that this is teaching our kids non traditional values, and maybe it is. Well, me and my new fiancé have been pretty much cohabitating with our 7 mo old son Abel, and we are doing our best to provide for him. He does not go without anything he needs, and as long as my fiancé are together showing a good healthy relationship, where both parents are working hard for him, then what does it matter? Both of us are in school, we are working, I am actually probably going to be working two this summer. I love my son and my family. That is what matters. Not whether we are a married family.

1 comment:

  1. Paul,

    I see firsthand how hard you and Patsy work. Abel is a blessing. Joe and I love the three of you very much. As far as the traditional verses non-traditional values of a family, I think the most important factor is that you love each other and treat each other with love and respect. Sometimes you need to do things differently than what society believes you should be doing. As long as you treat each other with love and respect Abel will learn the “traditional values”. Keep up the good work!