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    Bette’s Two Home Visits

    However, the more problems Helena experienced in the custody battle the worse it got for Bette at the CAC. Helena’s rages were uncontrollable and irrational. Even Franklin started to worry. She was constantly on the phone with her lawyer changing tactics and trying to figure out how Winnie had gotten ahold of such a high-powered attorney, but it soon became evident that her own lawyer was no match.

    As for Bette, she simply focused on rebuilding her trust with Tina and cherishing every precious moment that Tina allowed them to spend time or just talk on the phone. At work she played it cool and took Winnie’s advice. No matter how much Helena baited her she wouldn’t bite, and it truly was driving the rich bitch to insanity. The more insane she became the stronger Winnie’s case to declare her an unfit mother.

    ***

    Tina noticed Roberta lingering anxiously at the doorway not daring to interrupt, but obviously wanting to escape. She moved towards her and directed them out the front door to the driveway where Roberta’s car was parked. This was the first time Roberta had Tina alone.

    “Are you sure you want to go through with this adoption?’

    “Of course, I’m sure. What kind of question is that?”

    “I understand you filed for divorce just a few months ago.”

    “We’ve fully reconciled, and I withdrew the petition. We’re working things out, but even if we didn’t get back together as a couple, I would not stand in the way of Bette adopting Angie. She’s ‘our’ daughter. Bette and I both made mistakes in our marriage, and we did separate for a few months but now we’re back where we both belong.”

    “I didn’t notice any of your family at this gathering.”

    “I’m estranged from my parents and siblings Roberta, not that it’s any of your business. Everyone in that house is my family too. Our daughter is lucky to have so many people that love and care for her. That wouldn’t be the case if it wasn’t for my relationship with Bette.

    This is our family. Neither Angelica nor I would have any of them in our lives if it were not for Bette Porter fighting for us to be together. I dare you to find anything in her character, her financials, or her morality that disqualifies her to be granted the petition for this adoption.

    She is Angelica’s mother and we don’t need your approval or a piece of paper to validate it. But if you care anything about our child’s well-being in the eyes of the law then please don’t let your personal biases keep her from being recognized as Bette’s daughter and heir. Don’t deprive her of the right to get medical attention if I’m not around, or to travel with her other mother freely to experience the world.

    I want Bette to have every right afforded a parent, and for Angie to have every privilege that comes with it. We’ve both fought too hard to get to this point for Bette and Angie to be denied something that is inherently theirs; it’s her birthright. Just look at her. As much as Angie looks like me, I still get asked if she’s adopted. Isn’t that ironic that Bette never gets asked that question. Please do the right thing Roberta.”

    Comments

    1. Hi! Thank you for the chapter!

      But i must say that even if i don’t like character Roberta both in the TLW and in your story ironically that the only real obstacle for Bette in TLW on her way for adopting Angelica was only Bette herself when she as trying to go to court and than to kidnap Angelica.

    2. Hey Bat, it took awhile to write this chapter, but wow it was worth the waiting!!!!

      I never liked or cared for Roberta and i think you did a excellent job to show her true colors.

      And how Bette told her of about what she finds important to show and learn Angie, well done. The same for Tina, so happy to read how she supported Bette and came up for her!!!!

      Looks like Helena is loosing it, she gets what she deserves, finally!!!

      Looking forward to the next chapter!!!

    3. Another great chapter, I am so glad that Tina told Roberta what was what. People with those types of biases should not be in the social work business. And I think she is lucky it was Melvin and not Peggy that heard the conversation she was having with Bette. Can’t wait for the next chapter. PPS

    4. Hello Bat, thanks for another wonderful chapter. Oh my, that Roberta character was a super bitch on the show and you let her show that continuation, didn’t like her then and even less this time. So happy you let Bette and Tina give her what for as well as Melvin chiming in with his summation of her and that nasty attitude. She doesn’t know this but, if Peggy P had added her two cents worth she might be looking for another job, and it hasn’t been determined that Peggy won’t intervene, she has a long reach and knows all kinds of people. I really liked that Tina gave her a piece of her mind as well without tearing her apart. She is really in the wrong profession with her biases and attitude, God bless those that don’t have as much help as our girls and that have to put up with that woman. There are people like her all over the Social Services environment. Again, thanks for a great chapter. Thanks for posting. Have a great week.

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