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My ex just had our son call me on the phone asking me what time and where he was supposed to be home. Our original agreement was Christmas Eve with his father and be back home at 10AM on Christmas morning. This was the plan during two conversations. Once during our conversation on December 12th about going back to every other weekend and another December 23rd as a confirmation (just last night). He now claims on the phone that he misunderstood and that I said I wanted him back home so he can wake up "with Santa" here at home. It was clear that our son was going to spend the night with him at his aunt's house and come home at 10am. He even stated " I will bring him home" when I asked if he wanted me to come pick him up so he wouldn't have to spend part of their morning packing up our son's things. Continuing to put our son in the middle of visitation time descisions, things that we should be dealing with between only us two and giving him doubt on where he is to be and when is making me believe that part of our son's insecurity issues are contributing to his rude behaviour towards me.

With the problems our son has been having in school I have taken him to his pediatrician and have a referral to a specialist at the children's hospital here in town for psychoeducational testing and evaluation for motivational and behavioural problems.

I have comments from this year and last years teachers, test scores including ISTEP and end year 2002 /beginning year 2003 evaluation scores they do with all children at our school that I will be bringing with me.

Question: Should I or should I not I bring documentation that I have been keeping of instances like I've written above to them?

It all screams that the biological father is part of our son's problems. I can bring all documentation to just what happened and leave out what I think and feel.
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I really would like some answer/help with this last question. If it was ignored on purpose let me know that instead and I'll move on.


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I suspect you just got lost in the shuffle over the holiday.

I think you should definitely bring your documentation. It may be relevant, it may not. But it's certainly worth bringing along.

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