Neither I, nor G*****, care about your plans. G***** is aware that
you have already made plans for the Spring Break, but still he would
rather visit me then spend it with you.
When G***** was with me I allowed him to set the visitation schedule,
which resulted in him spending every one of his extended school breaks
with you even though it meant I was never able to take any trips with
him. That is because, unlike you, I actually DO respect his wishes.
Anyway, the point of the request was to prove, once again, that I am a
better person and a better parent - because I put G*****'s desires with
respect to visitation before mine; and because, unlike you, I have never
interferred with G*****'s desire to visit with you.
Once again, you have been played. You have manipulated into admitted
exactly what I wanted you to. Thank you for being so easy to control.
By the way, you never provided a copy of the Order and Finding After
Hearing which was filed by one on August 1, 2015.
One last suggestion about good parenting: one you're upset about
something, say like our debates, you really shouldn't take it out on
your children. That's very bad parenting.
On 01/28/2015 06:41 AM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> The answer to your demand (that was not a request) is no. Let me
> repeat that since you never get it the first time. No, G***** may
> NOT visit during his Spring Break as plans have already been made.
> Reasonable visitation does not mean that I am required to jump
> whenever you snap your fingers or send G***** at every one of his
> vacations. It is SUPPOSED to be a negotiation. We already have
> family plans over Spring Break and G***** already knows this or should.
> My behavior now is absolutely no different than before you declared in
> open court that you wished to relinquish all parental rights to
> G*****. Another unfounded baseless accusation. Good job.
> ~ Desiree
> On Tuesday, January 27, 2015, Patrick > wrote:
> G***** told me tonight that he would like to come to Vancouver,
> to visit with me during his Spring Break, which runs from March 7,
> 2015 through March 15, 2015, but that he didn't think you'd agree
> to it.
> I'm done with showing him what you're like when there's no court
> orders in place so we will be returning to court shortly. In the
> meantime may you provide your written consent for G***** to spend
> his Spring Break with me in Vancouver? If you decline, I will
> have my attorney schedule a hearing for the matter and we both
> know the court is going to order you to allow him to visit, being
> that he hasn't seen me since the beginning of January.
> If I don't receive your written response by January 31, 2015 then
> I'll assume you refuse consent.