Re: Cheating wife?
I would hire a private detective. I know this could be expensive, but the lives of everyone in your family will change when you come up with the answer, so I would want to definitely know the truth. The evasiveness of your wife does seem fishy, but the fact of the matter is that you truly don't know. I would find out for sure before breaking apart your family. As a man that went through a horrible divorce, and an even worse custody battle involving my son from my first marriage, I know how difficult life can get for you and your child.
If the detective finds out that she is not seeing this guy or anyone else, you get the satisfaction that she is being faithful, and she will never know that you took these steps to find the truth.
If you find out that she has been cheating, you can take whatever action you choose, and know in your heart that you have done everything you could to be a good husband and father.
I would also have a consultation with a lawyer before doing anything with a detective, so he can tell you what can, or cannot, be used in court against her in regards to custody of children, property, etc... A lawyer would be able to tell you if a detective is the right way to go, and if anything discovered by him can be used in court. Even if it can't be used in court against her, you can find out the truth, and bring a little sanity to your life. The worst part is agonizing over not knowing.
Hell, if you can't afford a detective, rent or borrow a car and follow her yourself. Either that or ask a trusted friend to do this for you.
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