She came when I'm not home

@ida123 (6284)
Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
July 2, 2016 7:44am CST
My father told me this morning that the wife of our adoptive brother came home when I'm not around. I wonder, why she did it or she intend to do it because she doesn't want to see me, she's afraid if I'll reprimand her. She is the mother of my niece whom I taught to do simple tasks at home. I plan to catch her up tomorrow early in the morning, maybe I'll go to my parents house at 6:00 A.M. I want to make things clearer why she left her daughter in my parents house. I hope, I can see her there. Friends, what do you think, am I right to ask her why she left her daughter?
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@Lucky15 (33700)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
You ask her, for her daughter might be wondering too
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
I want to ask her why she left her daughter and what's her plan about her daughter.
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@Lucky15 (33700)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@ida123 yeah. You have to clear things right?
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Lucky15 Yes, I will.
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@sunrisefan (16624)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Is she not the one who got your father's cash?
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
She is the one who steal the money for the memorial plan of my parents.
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@sunrisefan (16624)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@ida123 So, better be careful with her presence as she might be planning something :) Have to say good night now, Ms. Ida. I'm sleepy and I need to wake up at 5 for the 6AM mass. Good night and have a blessed Sunday :
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
@sunrisefan Thanks for reminding me about her, yes, I'll be watchful of her. And yes, tomorrow is Sunday, attending mass.
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@brokenbee (7744)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Yup! I think you can ask her because she passed the responsibility of taking care of her daughter to your parents.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
Not really to my parents because my Mom is suffering from Alzhiemer's and how can she take care of my niece?
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@brokenbee (7744)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
@ida123 so have you seen the mother today? Have you asked her?
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
@brokenbee She doesn't come today, I think she sensed that I already know that she came to my parents house when I'm not around.
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@epiffanie (8339)
• Australia
7 Jul 16
You mean to say, she didn't even tell your parents the reason why she left her daughter there at your parents house?.. I can't imagine anyone leaving their child without any explanation ..
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
7 Jul 16
until now, i haven't seen her coming when i'm around
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@epiffanie (8339)
• Australia
11 Jul 16
@ida123 a little bit shifty , isn't she?
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Jul 16
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• Quezon City, Philippines
3 Jul 16
Maybe she doesn't like to make a commotion or have an awkward moment, or she's not ready to face you.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
I think, she is not yet ready to face me.
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• Quezon City, Philippines
3 Jul 16
With her leaving her own daughter, she might have a very valid reason why she do that. Hopefully one-day, you two can talk it out.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
@mariekomontealto Yes, there will be a time that we can talk and when our path crossed.
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@Mike197602 (13511)
• Worcester, England
2 Jul 16
How old is her daughter?
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@toniganzon (41082)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
I have the same question.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Mike197602, @toniganzon, My niece is 8 years old.
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@Mike197602 (13511)
• Worcester, England
2 Jul 16
@ida123 if she left her in the house alone 8 is bit too young to be left alone.
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@ridingbet (37924)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
yes you can. she seems not good at taking care of her own child that is why she brought the kid in your house? she should not have had a child if that is the case.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
Yes and she is very irresponsible.
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@ridingbet (37924)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
@ida123 yes, but please don't adopt the child again. they will think your home is already a house for abandoned children.
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@cacay1 (32164)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Jul 16
You have to ask her friend? Why did she just drop her daughter to your parents who are not that young and strong to attend to her needs.Try to ask the child about the reason.A child does not lie.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Jul 16
until now, i was unable to talk to her and i don't want to go to her parents house just to talk to her. there'll be a time that we'll met
@1hopefulman (20278)
• Canada
3 Jul 16
I don't see why you shouldn't ask?
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
How can I ask her, she's not around. She just came when I'm not there in my parents house. If I can catch her, I will asked her about it.
@BettyB (4288)
• Summerville, South Carolina
3 Jul 16
You have a right to know why but be careful not to alienate her more. That would end up hurting your niece.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
Yes, I try to be calm when asking her.
@JudyEv (100687)
• Bunbury, Australia
3 Jul 16
It seems very strange that a mother would leave her daughter. i think you are right to ask her why.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
I really want to talk to her, asking her why she left her daughter and asking her also why she steal the money.
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@Shiva49 (9587)
• Singapore
3 Jul 16
No harm in asking but be diplomatic too to put her at ease - siva
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
Yes, friend. I'll ask her in a very diplomatic way.
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@jaboUK (50602)
• United Kingdom
2 Jul 16
Of course you have the right to know that - it seems unnatural for a mother to leave her child.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
That is true, very unusual.
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@acelawrites (10750)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Where did she go and why she left her daughter to your parent's home? You should talk to her and clear the issues.
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
She lives now in her parents house from the time she was discovered that she didn't pay the memorial plan of my parents.
@DianneN (59329)
• United States
2 Jul 16
Sounds as if something is not right with her. Is this the one who steals?
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@ida123 (6284)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
3 Jul 16
Yes, Dianne.
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@SIMPLYD (75326)
• Philippines
7 Jul 16
She is avoiding you that's why she came when you weren't around . Why did she went to your parents house by the way ? Doesn't your father reprimand her for being irresponsible ? Or he rely on you to do that for him ?