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    Party's Over Brad.

    Wednesday, July 24 2013
    Sabrina comforts Patrick over his worries, Laura invites Scott on a trip, and Franco wants to see Carly.

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    Posted by beenaroundalongtime at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:27 PM

    Carly is falling in love with........Franco. What a surprise. Is Jerry Jacks Alexis' baby daddy? I hope not that dude has died and returned toooooooooooo many times. Morgan is such a butt-boy. Hey Michael she's not your cousin go ahead and jump her HARD!

    Posted by thundering herd at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:34 PM

    Casey, I too find Ava, as portrayed by MW, to be a very intriguing soapy character.
    South GA, had to look up the definition of skank, there are a few ways it can be taken, if you mean a sleazy type character I agree.

    Posted by Casey1 at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:36 PM

    Ransomha...If you're asking me in particular, the example my daughter lives by is that my husband and I have been married 23 years and wish the same for her. We teach her respect, integrity and what to look out for in the big bad world. No subject is taboo and we answer to the best of our ability.

    I have to ask you if you would have the same issue if Patrick was in bed with Britt instead of Sabrina, with Emma in the house?

    Posted by poodles at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:42 PM

    ***OFF TOPIC***

    Bayou- Thanks. Like you, both my husband and I had similar upbringings, educated in Catholic schools, both of our parents married young, and are still happily married. They have been and continue to be terrific role models. I don’t pretend to understand the serious dilemmas single & dating parents face. I often read in the Tribune about women who allow their “boyfriends” to live with them and their children to only have the so called boyfriend abuse and even kill their children. As parent’s we must ALWAYS put out children’s emotional and physical wellbeing first. It’s sad, tragic and heart breaking to read about such things.

    Posted by ransomha at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:42 PM

    Casey1: YES I would!
    Anyone that a dad dates for a couple months should not be brought home to his bed when his 6 year old is there.
    She's too young to have this kind of conversation with.

    Who knows how long they'll be together?
    A few moths ago he was trying to make Emma and Britt get closer.

    And he mentioned that Sabrina is LOUD....just great......

    Posted by nancy marie at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:43 PM

    Laura, leave Scotty far, far behind--watching him is like watching paint dry (and I know from whence I speak; I've been painting my sister's kitchen for the last two days--and watching paint dry--easier than watching Scotty with Laura, believe me!).

    Posted by nancy marie at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:43 PM

    Laura, leave Scotty far, far behind--watching him is like watching paint dry (and I know from whence I speak; I've been painting my sister's kitchen for the last two days--and watching paint dry--easier than watching Scotty with Laura, believe me!).

    Posted by nancy marie at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:45 PM

    Hate Ava and the Jerome family!

    Posted by Scrimmage at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:46 PM

    Poodles wrote: “I think the intimate act of bringing someone to share your bed, forget about sex, that child can only see that person as someone that will always be there forever. I would think they could feel a tremendous loss (if or) when the relationship ended... they could view and feel love never lasts, which could lead to other problems...”

    Talking about an irresponsible parent introducing their multiple, temporary, casual sex partners into their children's lives, is a completely different discussion than one dealing with what Patrick and Sabrina are doing.

    Let's not forget, Emma has already been disabused of the idea that the person who shares her father's bed will be around forever. She has already dealt with the harsh reality that in life, nothing is guaranteed. I think both Patrick and Sabrina have shown remarkable restraint and given all due consideration to Emma's sensibilities and feelings, while at the same time not ignoring their own needs for a mature, adult relationship.

    I clearly remember us bemoaning the slow pace of Patrick and Sabrina's romance, but now it just seems as if they were acting responsibly by not rushing into anything. The way that they've taken their time to finally reach a certain comfort level with each other, while making certain that Emma has NO problems with their being together, could be a model of how a single parent of a young child should ease into a serious relationship. Sure, they could always break up, and yes, that would be hard on everyone, but you can't shield children or anyone else from life's disappointments. However, the deliberate way Patrick and Sabrina have built their relationship on a solid foundation of honesty, mutual respect, and love for each other AND Emma, gives them an excellent chance to make it in the long term. Surely, it's better for Emma to see that her father is happy, isn't it?


    Posted by nancy marie at Wednesday, July 24 2013 06:50 PM

    Now, really, I ask you: What kind of an adventure could Laura have with Scotty--but with Luke? We all know about THAT adventure, don't we? I'm ready for another one (or two, or more) of those. Now THAT'S AN ADVENTURE!

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