hoot74 wrote:Say, "Hey, that's a great idea. How about we agree to something like this?"
"Each parent shall be entitled to have the children on their respective birthday for dinner from 5:00 P.M. until one-half (1/2) hour prior to the children’s bedtime if it is not their day with the children so they can enjoy dinner with the children."
What is she going to say, "F-you, I only want this for me, not you."
a dad wrote:I find it silly to exchange the kids because of the parents birthdays.
With that said, and seeing that you have equal parenting time, OP, your instinct to be flexible may feel tough so soon after going through divorce but it is most likely best.
If you had EOW, I'd say try to swap a day. With equal time or more, let it go.
ScaredNConfused wrote:Who defines bedtime? I'll never agree to something so open to interpretation.
Entitled women never ask for anything. They just expect it. LOLmystery99114 wrote:.....this woman doesn’t even ask me a question in the note.
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