My ex's birthday is coming up next month. He says he wants nothing to do with the kids. He never calls them and is almost nine months behind on child support. Should I get a birthday card for him from the kids and send it to him? Should I ask my 11 yr old if he wants to send a card? I don't want it to slap me in the face later on if we should go back to court that I didn't have the kids recognize his birthday but then again I really don't think my son wants to send him a card and the girls are only 3 so they don't know. Plus all the dad cards talk about being a great dad. They don't have one that reads "Happy Birthday to the Deadbeat that doesn't care enough about me to send the money each month to help support me" What should I do?
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