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D Wade Says He’s a Father First & Through Pain The Wade Bloodline Grew

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013
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Dwyane Wade Purce

Wade should teach a class.

These quotes are perfection, even if you believe him or not. This is a how to guide of handling what some would call a scandal.

In our pain and our hurt, a blessing came out of it in my life, having a son that was born healthy,” Wade said of his relationship with Union. “So I’m moving on.”

Wade said what matters to him “is always focus on what’s most important to me and my family, and that’s being a great father. I’ve always tried to show my importance in my kids’ lives and it doesn’t change now.

“Yeah, I’ve got a chance to see him,” he said. “You know me. I’m involved in my kids’ lives. When my kids were living at home with me, or wasn’t living at home with me, I tried to do everything I could to see them.

I’m always going to be a father first. That doesn’t change. If you decide to when you can be a father, that’s when it compromises.

“But, like I said, this is something, obviously, private for my family that we will continue to deal with as a family. But we have a blessing to the bloodline, to the Wade bloodline. And from that standpoint, it doesn’t, to me, state anything differently from what I’ve always shown.”

He is right about one thing, any healthy child is a blessing and sometimes circumstances aren’t ideal, so you just have to deal with it.

I wish him, Gabby and the baby mama the best, hope it doesn’t get messy.

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