Is bm wrong
So this is the update.
DH and BM just agreed that they each had to tell each other 96hours before they left town with the kids, the addresses of where the kids would be staying and an itinerary
We came to the town BM and DH are from with the SC.
BM sent an email last night saying "text or call me when you get there"
DH wasn't going to. SD has a cell and they call BM Sat @ 6 (we have them 48 hours)
so BM texted DH this morning asking if they made it (aggressively and argumentatively)
DH rolled his eyes and ignored it.
so BM just called the phone and DH hands the phone to the SC and they both say "it isn't 6" DH says "if you want to talk to her you can answer it"
so the SS answers "yes I'm alive..this is what we've done. This is where we are etc"
I told DH personally that I think he needs to set boundaries and he needs to stick with them.
The agreement doesn't say that they need to contact each other if arrival was accomplished. And this just takes away from DHs 48 hours that has had multiple texts and phone call from BM in less than 24 hours now. And that's not to mention her call at 6pm.
I personally feel like he doesn't need to answer any texts or calls ever.
their mediation paperwork says that they need to connect via email and text and calls are emergencies only
if everything wasn't an arguement with BM the texting wouldn't be a concern but she argues about everything and is narcissistic and shows a lot of parental alienation (other blogs)
maybe I'm wrong but I feel like BM is doing this intentionally to take over our trip out of town to visit DH family. I want DH to set rules that are appropriate and to follow them. DH honestly thinks that he should just send her an email right now about the texting and phone calls. I told him I think that's a waste of time and to focus on the kids and he can email her after he drops the kids off but that I wouldn't even refer to the texts or calls from now on.