I have a daughter that is 2 years old, and its a long story but i had a 1 night stand 3 years ago and brought my beautiful daughter into my world. I contact her father who didnt want to know but he was more concerned about the child maintanance as i contacted the csa. so we agreed at the time that he was to see her once a month and pay me money without going through the csa. He lives in London and i live in Wales. Anyhow he wanted a dna test which i openly said he could have, to which proved to him that he was her father. Anyhow he came to blows and didnt want to take any responsibililty, so as of last year he's just been paying me £150 into my bank account for her. Its been on my mind lately about whether i should contact his parents, to tell them that they have a granddaughter as i feel i would rather do this for my daughter now and not being in 20 years time and feel that they have a right to know, and why should she lose out. Yes i know i could be opening a whole can of worms but im in abit of a delema and could do with some advice and suggestions on how to word a letter, if i was to contact them. If her father has decided to have nothing to do with her then thats his choice, but why should my daughter go without possible doted grand-parents. Thanks for reading and hopefully i can come to a decision.
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