I don't know if this qualifies as discussion or advice.My 7 yr old decided instead of our snug time to do something else, come bed time she is bawling..(she is hard to deal with in the mornings). so come bed time, I am still trying to keep up a some what normal life for her, I did give her 5 mins and put her in her bed. so then she is sick(not really) She is crying so I hear her across the house, go back to her room tell her to look me in the eyes(that is our thing as to when enough is enough) she settled down. Then her dad calls knowing it is past her bed time, and keeps on wanting to talk to HIS daughter.. so I do.. after telling him give him time to say good night. Pls understand he goes days and over a week not talking at times. Am I wrong for the next time he doesn't call by 8.. he wont speak to her. To be honest I am tired of his BS games and me being the one to have to fix it all.
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