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I volunteered for my child's field trip. It happens to fall on My x's day. I figured since it was during school hours it would be no big deal. So i get a call from my x stating that he wanted to volunteer to go and now he can't since I volunteered. ( he has never shown any interest in any school activities before. I said why can't we both go. He said no it would be too weird. He stated since it was during his time tHat I should not even have volunteered. I agreed to back out seeing as it was on his day. Now I find out he won't even be going his girlfriend will be. I had no problem not going if my x wanted to go, But seeing as he isn't and is sending girlfriend instead, I feel I should be able to go. What options do I have? It is considered his day.
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