Pleased to meet you!
It's not necessarily that I am disagreeing with cj. Like my last post to her said, I agree that my ex will likely not succeed in taking my youngest from me. I am simply trying to find a way to stop her from trying. If cj has any ideas, (having been in the family law field for 15 years), on what else I could do to succeed at preventing it I would be very greatful.
If I seemed frustrated at cj, that was not my intention. My frustration lies with my ex only (well, her brain-dead parents too).
This Friday, for example, my 7 year-old gets to play in net for his hockey team for the first time. When I dropped him off tonight, he told his mommy that he had to make sure he goes, since no one else has the equipment (he is with her this weekend and she has not taken him to any games in awhile).
She told him his ankle is hurting, so no, he doesn't HAVE to go. He has played on the backyard rink with me for about four hours that last two days and never mentioned anything about having a sore anything. (Pardon the language ladies, but.....) The friggin' bitch TELLS him he is hurt and can't play. The poor guy was balling as she shut the door.
For every one step forward that I make with the kids, she drags them back two steps.