My ex demanded the kids for 6 days. I told him that his life is unstable right now and he could have them for two and they could come home for a few and he could have them for another night. He said no and he'd be picking them up for the 6. He showed up at my house yesterday to pick them up and I said because we couldn't agree on a time when they would be returned, he wouldn't be able to take them. I told him that I had legal advice on it and I was well within my right. He just left. If he couldn't have them for the 6 he didn't want them at all. What is the point in that? All the better for me and in my opinion makes him look unreasonable, but why not take the kids for two days, return them and then get a court order. I told him I was expecting a court order. That my lawyer and I were ready for it. That I had plenty I would like to air out in front of a judge. I just don't know who would have advised him to do that. His girlfriend is his legal advice these days but what was the point. If he misses them so much wouldn't he have had taken what he could get. Does anyone know if there would be a legal purpose behind his decision? It just seems strange.
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