I feel the emptyness or sadness when my ex wife picks up the kids after I have them my 3 days. A couple hours before she picks them up, I really get down or depressed. I don't want them to go. I have spent all my time with them and enjoyed them. When they go, she has them 6 days then I get them back for 3. I should feel lucky because some parentsmay only get them every other weekend. However, my ex spends little time with them when she has them. She never does things with them. When I have them I always plan something fun we can enjoy. I meet my son for lunch at school, participated in school field trips as helpers. On the weekends roll around and I have them, we go do something special. I have always done this when we were even married. All she wanted to do sit and watch tv or play games on computer. I should have them more. My kids are my rock and love them dearly. I was told that the kids will always remember the time I spent with them. It's funny because her own family knows I spend most quality time with them. Someday, maybe she realize she should have spent time because they grow up too fast. Meanwhile, I hurt when they are there.
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