Two sets of medicines at both houses?
My SO and his ex are so diligent about continuing to see each other 2-3 times a week to pass their son's medicine back and forth. It takes at least 45 min each time. Meanwhile I constantly hear from him how little time he has, and his lack of time activity interferes with our relationship many nights...
The reason for going back and forth used to be because the dog also changed houses, and apparently the son (9.5yo), couldn't stand being without the dog. But circumstances changed and we have the dog fulltime now, and the son has literally never mentioned or seemed to notice once.
There is also a baby rattle toy stuffed animal miniature "blanket" sort of thing that the 9.5 year old son "cannot be without". But the time, extra communication and unnecessary constant visits between my SO and his ex seem unhealthy? The way their custody is set up, it works out that they drop the kid off at school and the other parent picks him up... no hassle, no every few days home visits.
If the medicines are so life threateningly important I cannot understand why they don't split the medicines between the two houses. I'm afraid I'll sound crazy and jealous if I tell him to do this. I've mentioned it in the past, but the dog and the toy thing have come up as reasons why they "have to". It's also usually a hang-out for 15 minutes "drop off".
How do you do medicines and must-have items between houses?