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    Default Feeling annoyed

    So my DS dad is supposed to be here today for a visit. It's 11:36am and he's not here, nor have I heard from him (even to a message I sent asking what time he might be here).
    This is a regular thing. He says he's going to be here and either doesn't show up or shows up 1-2 hours after when he said he would.
    And he wonders why I get so ****ing annoyed with him! Seriously! Is it no wonder we argue. Is it no wonder the relationship didn't work out,
    Because he's ****ing useless!!

    He's also supposed to have him tomorrow from 2pm. I'm supposed to be somewhere tomorrow at 2pm. So if he's not here in time I'm well within my rights to just leave yes? And if he still wants him he can pick him up from where I am going to be. Yes?

    Ok vent over

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    Yup totally within your rights. You both agree to a time, if one of you needs to reschedule then it needs to be communicated to the other person.

    You wouldn't turn up 2 hours late to a dentist appointment and expect to get what you want on the spot.. Obviously going out of your way to be unavailable if he's 10 minutes late isn't best for your DS but he needs to learn some respect and responsibility. Best of luck!

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    Thanks. Will see how tomorrow goes. He didn't end up coming today was feeling "sick". Has said he'll be over by 10am.
    So what happens if he doesn't bring him home on time or tries to change plans once he has him?
    I can just go pick him up yeah? He's 6 months old and have told his dad he won't be having sleepovers at this stage (and spoken to a solicitor who said I wouldn't be ordered to give him nights at that age anyway)


 

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