Help! My little girl has been sick all throughout the night.

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    Willowsmum
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    My ex and myself have an arrangement order in place from the court and my ex currently has our daughter for 4 hours every weekend.

    My little girl was awake all night being sick and she’s due to see her dad today. He’s planning on going out for lunch with our daughter. She’s not feeling well, and says she doesn’t want to go. She hasn’t moved off the sofa all morning. She’s 4.

    If he was planning on staying home so she could relax on the sofa I wouldn’t have an issue, but going out to eat seems very unfair on our daughter.

    If I refuse to send her would I be in contempt of court or would this be acceptable as she’s feeling poorly?

    Please help!

    Thank you.

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    Andrew uk
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    Leave her where she is.

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    steve3334
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    hi,

    I would suggest to use your best judgement. if you want you could tell him she is too ill to go out, and should stay indoors until she gets better. in the past my ex told me baby daughter was not well. So my reply was as she is ill, it would be pretty pointless to take her out in the freezing cold just for 1 hour. so I didn’t take her. and guess what, she told court that I was not interested in taking baby lol.

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    Andrew uk
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    He should understand. Her health is the priority. Lunches etc can be rearranged. I don’t know but I can’t imagine you would be in contempt of court.

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    Andrew uk
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    Deal with the repercussions later. Message me if you want to chat further.

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    Andrew uk
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    How are you both?

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    Willowsmum
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    Willow seemed to perk up a little bit so I let her go with her dad. Hopefully he’ll have the sense to bring her home if she’s not feeling very well. Thank you for the responses 🙂

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    Andrew uk
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    Okay. You’re doing the right thing. Willow will benefit from time with him I’m sure.

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