soulforreal wrote:JaggedEdge wrote:kayline12 wrote:Well if and when Shick break up, Nick should take his son (nephew) with him. Sharon has no ties to Christian without Nick.
Why are you opposed to Sharon loving Christian? She had no idea he was not her baby until shortly before Sage figured it out. And during the time she kept him from the Newmans, she and Dylan took good care of him. Nick understands her love for the boy now and he wants her to be his mom. So, I'm just curious why you don't want Sharon to be that to him.
The minute she found out, her first thought was to run. Meaning she never had any intentions of telling Sage, Nick or Dylan. Sage showing up on her doorstep and confronting her threw a wrench in her plan to run away...so she had no choice but to come clean. Nick understands Sharon's love for Christian the same way he understood Chelsea's love and the same way he will understand the next woman's love(perhaps Phyllis?) he brings into that child's life. What man would allow a woman that basically took his children (Summer/Christian) away from him in the worse way...to turn around and allow that same woman be a part of the child (she stole) life. She showed no interest in the child after Dylan left, she just moved on to Scott...and now that she has Nick back in her bed, its to be believed that she loves this child? Yeah, OK.
I believe she loves him. She never wanted to be out of Christian's life. It was Nick who very coldly told she and Dylan they were never to come near the boy and she honored his decision even though it hurt her. So it wasn't that she showed him no interest and moved on to Scott, she wasn't allowed to come near the boy. Nick is not the brightest bulb in the package and that's why I don't think he should have Christian either. I'm sure the next woman in his life will be "mommy", but for now I don't see anything wrong with Sharon loving Christian and mothering him. He needs that in his life and Sharon no matter how over the top, is loved deeply by her children. A sign that she's a great mom.