In Edward’s Instagram Live, he explained that he’s choosing to take the “high road” so as not to negatively influence his daughter’s perception of her other dad.
“I don’t ever want to put Monroe in that position,” Edward said. “She’s going to have her own experience with her other dad. I’m not going to weigh in on it and I’m not going to influence it. I’ll never put her in that spot . . . I look at my daughter as if she’s 13, 14, 15, on Google one night, reading. And I’m not going to contribute to that.”
“For her, I’m not going to put her in a predicament where she’s influenced by anything that I think with that relationship,” Edward continued. “Because, by the way, we’re not talking 15 years. This is [going to be about] her first kid, this is her wedding, this is her first heartbreak. We have a long road ahead together — the three of us in some capacity. Or not. I’m hopeful for that in the future, but you never know.”
One thing both Edward and Lewis agreed upon in their separate chats? That they’re better off without the other.
“I’ve just learned a lot about myself and grown a lot,” Edward said. “That’s two of the most important things; a lot more self-confidence, and I think I sort of allowed that to go away.”
“I’m focusing on me, being a better dad, better person, friend, brother, son, all that,” he added.
Said Lewis on Tuesday: “I personally have done a lot of changing as a result. And I don’t think that would have happened if we did not break up. It did happen for me. I think I’m a better parent as a result, I think I’m a better friend as a result, I think I’m a better boyfriend as a result. So it’s unfortunate that this had to happen the way it did, but there are positive things that came out of it.”
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