"Mate, if I had the love of my life at home who was pregnant with my child, I’d want to speak to her every second, see how she and the baby is doing." "She’s only 3 and a half months, 6 months is when they can’t fly." He says.
"I can assure you any text you send her, she’ll be over the moon with." Ashton says. "You two are so apart, she’s probably dying to here from you, and the baby as well. Why don’t you bring her over here?"
"Why not?" He asks casually.
I don’t say anything and just look away rubbing my belly. “I’m as important as she is, and it’s so unfair that I’m getting pushed aside and neglected.” I say to her. “Now I’m going home.”
"Mum I don’t get to see him ever, when I speak to him on the phone it’s about the baby, it’s never about me, I feel completely shut out." I say to her
She runs over to you and cuddles you. I just continue to watch the kids tv programme.
I look at you and kiss your lips. I smile and hug you tightly burying my head in your neck.
"I know I may not be as important or even at all to him, but this baby should be." I say
"I’ve tried." I say to her. "He doesn’t have time to listen, no matter how many times I ask, he won’t come home." I say sadly. "It just ends up in an argument," I frown. "He doesn’t see it from my point of view."
"I have no idea." I sigh looking at my mum sadly. "We have about 2 minutes phone conversation." I say. "And that’s not everyday, and when we speak it’s about the baby, not me, not him, just the baby." I say frustratedly. "I asked if we could Skype? He said soon"
"I have no idea mum." I sigh. "I don’t know anything about him lately, what he’s up to, how he’s doing, anything." I say
"Even more and the screaming is horrifying." I say to her. "I just want a normal life for this one, that’s it." I sigh. "Calum told me the other day to not go out anywhere and to stay in, because management don’t want it to be seen" I mock in a silly voice.
"Yep," I sigh. "I hate it."