My Son's Father

Samantha - posted on 08/22/2013 ( 4 moms have responded )

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hello, i have been seperated from my sons dad since he was around 5months old. he is now 1year and 5months old. when we first split i was letting him stay over night when he came to see our son so he could see him for longer periods of time. since this year he has been haveing him every 2weeks for the weekend. most of the time he was sticking to it but now he has started to 4get about him, last month he went on holiday with his mum and siblings and said he couldnt afford to come see our son, so i took him to the other side of london where his father is living with his mother so they could spend some time together. after he came back from holiday which was only 7 days he didnt contact me to see our son for 4weeks. that was now 2weeks ago. i recived a text from him yesterday night to say he wouldnt be seeing tyler(our son) this weekend because he has family staying over and there wasent room for tyler. i dont think it is acceptable for him to be acting this way so i told him if he dosent see our son atleast once aweek then he wont be seeing him atal. am i right to do this as i dont want my son to suffer because of him?

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 08/22/2013

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Ok, this is why you need mediation. This will help.

Samantha - posted on 08/22/2013

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ive bent over backward for him to see his son untill now. he is treating us like a door matt and its not fair. i just realy dont know what to do anymore. i want him to be in our son's life which is why ive been trying to get him to see him on a regular basis but he just doesnt seem to be bothered enough to behave like a proper father to him. i dont want my son to suffer because he keeps comeing in and out of his life asif our son is some sort of toy that he can chose if he see's this month

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 08/22/2013

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No, you need to get visitation set. Get it on a schedule, through the courts, preferably, but at the very least with a mediator.

You don't have the right to keep your son from knowing his father. Your son deserves to know both of his parents, and have both involved in his life.

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