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    Holy cow, I would NOT be ok with this at all!! How dare he!! That should be a mutual agreement to leave your child with a complete stranger. I really feel for you OP ... what a complete prat your ex is. He should be letting you have your child for the night... he sounds like a piece of work!! I hope you can get this sorted with him. Totally not on in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    I told him I saw the ad and offered an alternative but he's not interested. And no, we have no family here.
    I can't believe he'd be so bitter that he'd rather put an ad up to find a random babysitter than leave your son with his mum. I feel for you having to deal with this.
    I'd probably get someone I trust to apply for the ad (one of my younger sister's friends for eg.) then at least I could feel easy knowing DS is fine. Does your DS go to c/care you could ask one of his teachers or someone?


 

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