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Hi,I gave up my daughter for adoption when she was a baby. She has now contacted me and we’ve met for a chat, I’m over the moon about it. The confusion and messy bit is her birth father. He’s been in contact with me sporadically over the years and got in touch a few weeks ago, I told him about our daughter contacting me and he asked if we could meet up for a chat, after resisting for a bit I agreed. We still seemed to have feelings for each other and have just spent a great weekend together, I’m single, he lives with someone. He said his daughter wants to contact our adopted daughter on face book, I asked him if she would wait a while.He''s now sent a text saying "Bye" What''s that about?
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