The father of my children's mother left him with his dad at age 7. They never married— just a one night thing.
My children's father's mother left him with his dad at the age of 7. She and the boy's father never married—just a one night thing
The mother of my children's father left him with his dad at the age of 7. She and the boy's father never married—just a one night thing.
The mother of my children's father left him with his dad at the age of seven. She and the boy's father never married. The relationship was just a one night thing.
7 vs. seven – Arabic numeral vs. spelled out number. Spell out small numbers and numbers in nontechnical contexts (when few numbers will be mentioned). Avoid using Arabic numerals at the beginning of a sentence. See Word Numbers.
clarify (V) – make clearer; easier to see, hear or understand
focus (N) – the center of attention; focus (V) – concentrate attention on, change the lens of a camera to make the picture clearer.
genitive – a form expressed with an "of" phrase or apostrophe + s; having a meaning of possession, relationship, character trait, source, and more. See Possessives.
SOURCE FOR TOPIC
"The Three Main Issues of the Abandoned Child." Comment by SD - October 30, 2019. drjonicewebb.com/the-3-main-issues-of-the-abandoned-child-in-adulthood/. Accessed 8 Nov. 2019.
"Family Portrait. By a4gpa. Flickr, 11 Oct. 2007. flickr.com/photos/a4gpa/1573456981. Licensed by CC BY-SA 2.0. Accessed 8 Nov. 2019.