A single dad who is also a chef, with the user name @chefdomcreates has taken to social media to share a heart breaking story of how he raised a baby from birth after the mother abandoned them, only to discover he is not the boy’s real father.
According to the chef who flooded his handle with wonderful memories of the 10months old boy, the birth mother of the little boy left them when the boy was only one month old and since then he had been the one taking care of the boy with loving support from the boy’s nanny , his parents and sister.
And months later, he discovered he was not the biological parent of the boy after the real parents showed up.
It turned into a court case and the court ruled that the boy must be returned to the biological parents. And he had to return the boy like a ‘rented toy to his dad’….
“First of all I will like to thank every single person who have hell me raised this young little angel from God… you guys have seen him grow from day one. His mother left us when he was a month old and for nine months I raised him up to the best of my ability. It was not easy raising him alone but I had lots of help. His baby sitter never charge me a day of his life. She calls him her grandson. Than my parents came when he was 4 months my parents came back and stepped up and love this boy with all their heart.
“He changed all our lives forever. My sister every morning put out clothes for him before she goes to work like it was her son. So today went to court and was ordered to return to his biological dad .. come to find out I was not his dad so I have by Thursday to bring him back like a rented toy to his dad. Yes I’m heart broken and hate the world or her for doing this and destroyed my family and the dad family.
“This shit hurt like hell but I know I got the support of people out here. I’m sorry I broke my family heart and I do hope he’s in God hand and will forever be my son. Best 10 months of my life @sa_kye_dom @chefdomcreates @chef_dom_experience”
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