Ok we've been separated for 10+ months. I kicked him out for neglecting the family, having affiars, and porn addictions. Since kicking him out he has made little to no effort to learn how to feed his food allergic children. He has fed them 3 times dinner only and messed up each time. Today I saw them off to Chicago for 5 days. While readying my kids to go I looked in the coolers where he (the ex) had packed the food he had intended to feed them. There inside was food my children were allergic to. I informed him immediately that the kids cannot eat this. He tried to play it off but again he's not pay attention and evidently won't read the ingredients list. He's had a 23 page document I produced for him and the courts so that he could educate himself on this serious condition. And he still has evidently not invested the time to get it right. I'm I'm terrified all the work of keeping my babies safe is down the tubes, I'm frightened of the harm coming to them, and if they get exposed now what will that do to their prospects of outgrowing the food allergies. I just should have refused to send them. I'm so upset I'm sick. I feel like I've failed to protect them....but I didn't want to get in trouble with the courts for denying the Ex access.
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