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09/05/2013 at 16:48
Ex is supposed to ahev the kids 4 til 6.30 on a Thursday. He wasn't so his Mum was going to pick them up. She's turned up at 4.30 to get U who went all shy, so she went without her. U now won't stop screaming she wants Grandma. I'm annoyed on lots of levels but the but I'm most frustrated with is that U won't stop screaming.
09/05/2013 at 17:03
Oh dear. Can you 'ignore' the crying and carry on about your business?
and why the frig isn't he having the kids....again?!
09/05/2013 at 17:55
It's a regular thing I took her with me to get fuel. I asked him to look after her today because she is ill and I had an observation at work and a parents evening and he couldn't.
I said to his Mum tonight is there any point continuing with this as he doesn't see them and she said well it's her time to see the kids. And I think this sums it up. He still sees the kids so his mum can see them.
09/05/2013 at 17:59
When was the last time he actually saw them? And not just trhough his mum but collected them from you?
Can you not just arrange for the mother to have them and get him out the picture - at least kids won't be upset. Poor little mites. How did the sleepover with B go btw?
09/05/2013 at 18:14
He did see them on Sunday. U had said he was takign them to a party so she got dressed up. He then said she was a liar and he wasn't takign them to a party but when they got home with chocolate around their faces he had taken them to a party at someone's house. It often seems like it is the GF that looks after them a lot of the time aswell. But he won't stop the arranegements because of his mum. It would be a lot easier without him but hey. The sleepover happened once and ahsn't been repeated because of him letting the dog near them. I said as long as the dog isn't there then they can stay over but after saying he wouldn't let the children near the dog he then did let them near the dog. So frustrated he can't be trusted over the children's safety.
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