Once upon a time…..
I met my wife, we fell in love, got married, and had a child. My life has been perfect, with our son, the best gift granted to me. Sounds like living in a modern fairy-tale, doesn’t it?
Very soon she cheated on me, more than once and so we got separated and after all finally divorced. The time after our divorce had a lot of difficult aspects, regarding our parental ship we couldn’t keep good company! The association with our son has been very complicated for me, because my Ex-wife was very money-grubbing, she blackmailed me and finally she created a parental-alienation syndrome within our kid.
During this difficult time I met my new wife, we fell in love and the situation with my ex-wife regarding the time with our son jumped track. I did everything to keep contact to my son, no matter what my jealous Ex-wife tried to do.
Yet, in the beginning of 2011, I found out a terrible truth – I am not the biological father of my beloved child. Feeling angry, hurt, and very alone. I sought after a community to help me with information on what to do during these times of trail: legally, emotionally, and logistically. I unsuccessfully searched my local community and the internet, for support. Finally, I decided to take matters into my own hands and started my own blog, regarding men like me… like us: Men who believed that the Milkman’s child was ours.
I began the Blog community, www.kuckucksvater.wordpress.com, strictly for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. (Kuckuck is the cuckoo bird, in German. These birds are known to lay their eggs in other birds’ nests.) Today, the blog has grown from Kuckucksvaters (men, who raised children, without knowing, that they were not their offspring) to a community, where even the milkman’s children are represented and both kind of groups now are able to support each other.
Today, I wish to enable the community to grow into the English speaking world. So, today, I founded the Milkman’s Child blog www.milkmanschild.wordpress.com. I hope to build a interactive community of support for alleged fathers and for the milkman’s children.
And so, I invite you to join our community and hope to hear from you very soon. Please, contact me, ask questions, or just share your story. Rest assured! You are not alone.