Should I take him or let mom?
Back story. Read my other posts if I don’t cover it all but BM has been a complete and utter nightmare. She is constantly trying to insert herself on DH’s custody time, demanding he tell her how he’s going to get both kids to sports when they have games/practices on his time (I can drive one and he can drive the other) it’s up to him to decide on his parenting time the logistics but she’s always getting mad, upset, telling the kids I hate her. She threw our front door open yelling at DH that she had every right to take “her” children whenever she wants whether it’s his parenting time or hers. I’m not their mother, she is so they should never be with me if DH isn’t with them ect. So this weekend he’s taking older SS to his swim meet 1.5 hours away. He’s driving both there and back on Saturday and Sunday because she was going to take the youngest for the weekend so oldest bro could stay at the meet all weekend but when DH asked if he could have him overnight on Sunday because he’s missing his weekend with him she says no so now he’s going to take both kids this weekend, drive oldest there and back and spend time with both his sons. Win/win! However, now she’s thriwing a fit. She does not want me to take youngest to baseball. She feels it should be her. She wants him to explain why he changed plans because now she made plans with the younger one this weekend, she asking him if it’s because of money and telling him he needs to explain to her how he’s going to get youngest to his game ect... she knows I can take him. She just wants to fight with him when he tells her that. So, I’m torn. I do think the other parent should take the child when the other can’t but at the same time, this is her plan to sabotage any time we have with the kids and she’s not allowed at my house because of her past behavior and the baseball field is literally around the corner from my house and her house is about 15 minutes away so driving him to her doesn’t make sense. What would you do? She makes everything we agree in seen wrong.