BM's message on OFW: Phone calls
I have been posting a lot of these lately, but it helps to get outsider's reinforcements of our present situation.
Recently I've posted about BM leaving tons of voicemails because she is accusing my husband and I of "preventing" the kids from answering her phone calls, which just isn't true, we simply are not home every single freaking time she feels like calling. The CO was just altered in January and BM refused to put a call schedule in the CO, so as it is now (my husband's lawyer says) he does not technically have to let BM talk to the kids at all on his time. But any time we are home, the kids talk to her, maybe once or twice a week. But she refuses to give a simple "heads up" to inform my husband that she intends to call that day. So inevitably, phone calls are missed.
I also recently posted that I'm starting a new job and have been feeling nervous about it because it is commission only, while I was getting paid an hourly wage to do the exact same job for the last year. My husband is behind me on it and is encouraging me,...but somehow BM found out...
She called last night and left three voicemails within 20 minutes. The last one saying "Well I better send you a message in OFW documenting that you are keeping me from talking to the kids yet again so I have proof when I take you back to court!"
She then sent this message:
"I have called your home phone 3x in the past 30 minutes to speak to our children...and again have not got any response. I called 3x on Sunday evening in 30minutes and the samething...no response. This has been an ongoing occurrence each and every week. I only got to speak to the kids on Monday afternoon because I called at unscheduled time...being 4:35p.m. as opposed to my usual 7:30 p.m. calls which is to avoid interrupting your family dinners and kids homework and shower time. You answered the phone on Monday afternoon...if I call at or around 7:30 pm...never does anyone answer the phone. I always have to speak to the answering machine.
We went to court in January with an agreement that was SUPPOSEDLY in the children's best interest. I do not see how keeping them from speaking to me, THEIR MOTHER, while staying at your home is in their best interest. If you feel it is necessary to take this matter back into the courtroom be my guest. I would like nothing more than to go before a judge and show your lack of respect and FASCILITATION of our JOINT-PARENTING AGREEMENT.
Through my suspicions and (BM's boyfriend's) investigations it appears that this may not be a good time for you to have pay more legal fees as it appears that you are the only gainfully employed adult in your house. However, your finances are not my concern. My ONLY concern is our children and what is best for them.
Please see to it that this matter is handled in a mature and positive manner for the sake of our children."