Do you think it is "ok" for a child to spend three 11 hours days in a daycare every other week when the mother of the child is readily available? The child is in the "care" of the father while the child would be attending daycare during those times. Opinions.....Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:51 PM on Oct. 24, 2013 in General Parenting
If the child is in the care of his father, then he wouldn't be in daycare. Do you mean that his father would have him for those days and would leave him in daycare for 11 hours three days in a row? I think that's a long time for a child to be in daycare. Not to mention the cost.
Is this the ex that won't compromise on a visitation schedule? I think that amount of time in day care is unreasonable and if you are available to watch your son then you should be allowed to. You should have right of first refusal.
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