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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    My kids are automatically with their dad on fathers day, even of its not 'his' weekend with them. Isn't this the norm?
    This is us too

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    That's terrible form from you ex.

    Can I ask what would of happened if you put your foot down and said "no, the agreement is 5pm, I will see you then."?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Beetle View Post
    Sigh. No. We don't. But she would be well aware it's fathers day.
    I meant maybe he had more to do with it than the GF, like black eyed pea suggested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I meant maybe he had more to do with it than the GF, like black eyed pea suggested.
    Sorry, I think i read it wrong and came off defensive.

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    My question is, and it may seem totally uninformed, but do we know he even HAS a gf?

    Maybe he's just a douche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Beetle View Post
    Sorry, I think i read it wrong and came off defensive.
    No wuckers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    That's terrible form from you ex.

    Can I ask what would of happened if you put your foot down and said "no, the agreement is 5pm, I will see you then."?
    If it were me I probably wouldn't bother... If he wants to shorten the little time he already has with DS then I wouldn't want DS to spend a moment longer with his dad who clearly has better things to do. I'd just tell him im disappointed in him but thats fine to drop DS home. I'd then do something fun with DS for the afternoon, because I can't think of anything better than hanging out with DS.

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    I took DD around to see her Dad, I said I'd drop her off at 2, he was like "huh? You're leaving her?" I said I thought I would get the grocery shopping done while he spent some time with his daughter on fathers' day. "yeah alright" was his enthusiastic response.

    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    That's terrible form from you ex.

    Can I ask what would of happened if you put your foot down and said "no, the agreement is 5pm, I will see you then."?
    I can't answer for the OP, but if it were my DD's Dad he would just get someone else to watch her, or stick her in front of the TV. You can't force someone to want to spend time with their child, sadly.

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    I'm not going to make the toddler spend more time than necessary with someone who only wants to spend time with their child at their own leisure.
    Selfish d!ck. So glad I got out when I did!

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    Can I just point something out.... If this was a thread started by a Dad saying the same thing about the child's mother... Oh my, all hell would break loose on Bubhub.

    Why is it ok to bag Dad's but not Mums???

    ***Sent from my phone***
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