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It doesn't really matter (to us) on what day they celebrate
See Hex that is because you live in a perfect world with a perfect ex. Not all of us have that luxury. And I am sure some of the posters on here can't even have the luxury of having their child on or around their birthday to celebrate with their children. And honestly, I am glad you don't have to go through the crap the majority of people do.

My problem was solved. I agree it was a petty problem to begin with.


I would like to add

To the OT:

It does make the CP look good by letting NCP have some extra or extended visits with the child...gives more bonding time but be careful...my ex whenever I do give extra time and extended time periodically likes to throw it up in my face that I just didn't want my child in the first place. How rude is that?

Example of extended/ extra time: This past weekend my child went to his dads for his weekend visit - 5p.m. Friday until 7 p.m. Sunday...since dad has child for M.L.K Day (we have one-day holidays in our papers) which is from 8:30 a.m. unitl 8 p.m. I figured I would go ahead and let dad just keep him from his Sunday visit to Monday night when one-day holiday is over. I haven't done that in the last year since he made that comment to me..now I did go ahead last night and agreed to let him keep him. Now lets see how long it takes for him to throw that in my face. Wish me luck...lol!

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