Does my son have to sleep over?

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    Crx
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    There is a lot to this and i tried typing it all out and it making sence but i was struggling, this whole situation makes me feel anxious but if i could get some advice it would be great, after speaking to his nursery and health visior it seemed better to cut down my sons visitation to one day and no nights due to his dad lieing and causing him signicant distress, my son was screaming and wetting himself for example, he just didnt want to go, It has been around 6/7 weeks and his dad is sending my son voice notes saying that he has asked our son if he wants to sleep over and he said yes, iasked and he said no. Unfortuntly his dad is a munipulator and i do not want him doing that to him. Back to the point sorry.. I personally feel it is to soon and honestly do not trust him to do what best for his son and he will do whats best for him, so my question is do i HAVE to agree to the sleep overs? My son seems happy going and happy coming back and i honestly see know reason to spoil that.

    I hope this makes sence and thanks for any advice in advance.

    #57158 Report

    steve3334
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    hi, how old is the child?

    #57164 Report

    Crx
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    Hi hes 3 years old

    #57165 Report

    steve3334
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    hi,

    it’s only natural for both parents to be spending time with the child. If he is stable and poses no harm to the child then I don’t think he should be denied overnight stays with child. As child is only 3, it will take him time to adjust to the new routine. It would be better if you can both resolve this. If court gets involved things tend to become a lot more stressful and hostile.

    #57383 Report

    Crx
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    Thank you for your help 🙂

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