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let me assure you that I’m Not The Step Father I’m The Father That Stepped Up Shirt which has taken care of her. On the days her BM feels like being involved, my SD allows her to be but still wants me there too. Your son is going to be nervous going into this and you and your wife are his comfort. Continue to be there and be his moms no matter what. A child can emotionally bond with more than just their BM and BD. Don’t hinder his relationship with dad, and continue to be the mom he has always known.Do you plan on marrying your partner? I’m Not The Step Father I’m The Father That Stepped Up Shirt I only ask because if you you two plan to marry you can take the dad out of the equation all together given his history and do a stepparent adoption based on abandonment, giving you and your partner the final say of when your 7 year old can visit with his dad. Him being autistic setting a new schedule with a basic stranger could prove to be challenging. I wish you two luck and just by reading what you wrote I can tell this child is very much loved by you and you and your partner will make the best decisions for your son.