I made the additional mistake of scrolling back and then realised they’Well, I wrote a note saying “I’m sorry I invaded your privacy.
When the text came I thought it might have been important.
You aren't mentioning any outstanding qualities she has, just her association with your brother and their relationship.
Also have to wonder why out of all the single women and single mothers out there you could possibly date, you would want to date the one that not only would cause a large amount of family drama and strife, but would instantly make you a red-neck joke (You could be the kid's "uncle-daddy").
Second, a few days ago while he was on skype with his dad, a text-message came to him on the phone. We hadn’t been private about these things in the past at all.
The text was from his ex-girlfriend arranging to meet him for lunch on Friday.
Your brother will have an ongoing relationship with her despite the break-up, due to the child, but how healthy would your ongoing relationship be with him?
I want to know where you stand on the whole “staying friends with your ex” thing. We’ve both been loving, attentive, kind and considerate.Before risking a friendship, figure out if the relationship is worth the drama that can potentially unfold.If it’s just a fling, maybe sweep it under the rug and act like it never happened.“Now more than ever we need to be good and kind to each other and not judge each other,” she adds.“And just because you have the same taste in men, we don’t hold that against each other.” That’s a pretty progressive point of view — and not necessarily one exclusive to celebs who move in A-list social circles.“It’s almost like the sisterhood has such a higher place on the list of priorities for us,” Swift tells the mag.