Re: DD really wants to know her father
Well this is me (you know your dd and the situation best ) but I would say something like "dd... I'm so happy you love your dad and you should however at this time your dad has chosen not to apart of our lives. We love (SO name) and he loves us and takes care of us. Even though he will never replace dad, SO is just like a dad. You know many people have more than one dad and that's us."
Again- you know what your dd can handle knowing and not.
Erin- Helpmeet to David, Deaf. Reformed Christian. Homeschooling. SAHM to 5 on earth, 3 in eternity and currently in the family way! Edd July 2014! Grow baby grow!