“Stop Giving Excuses”
“The amount of obstacles we’ve had to overcome to get to this point are tremendous. This was not easy, this was a choice.”
Singleton goes on to tell others who are divorced to be friendly for the take of their children.
“Stop giving excuses and come together for your children. I’m the most stubborn person that I know and forgiveness came easy to us for the sake of our son. And because of that, I see my son every single day. We always welcome each other’s presence.
In case I haven’t told you lately, I’m grateful for you. Most importantly for the motivated individual you are and how you provide Pierson with a phenomenal role model despite the foundation you once had. I love the amount of love my son will always have from you.”
Others commented positively to Singleton’s post.[blockquote author=”” pull=”normal”]One wrote: “Just because someone makes a great father doesn’t mean they are a great husband — to anyone questioning why she isn’t with him. Sometimes people are better off apart. But I applaud this couple for coparenting the correct way!”[/blockquote]
Another shared: “This is how my ex-husband and I were with our two boys… the best reward was when they said they never felt like they came from a broken home or divorced family.”
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