My parents live 3 hours (141mi) away. We don't go see them very often. But we are going this weekend. It is NOT our weekend with SS.
DH wanted to take SS and DS to the monster truck show this weekend. BM never really said yes or no. Well, something came up in my home town and we are going for the weekend. So the monster truck show is out of the question.
BM texted DH today to ask if he was going to buy something for SS at the monster truck show. He took that as her saying he can't take him. No biggie, we aren't going. He told her we are going to my home town so no monster truck show.
She said "you ain't taking him in if I find out you took my son and left [our town] you be in more trouble than you already are"
First, neither of us know what she means about him already being "in trouble". We assume its just a ruse to make him think she's up to something.
Anyways, it does NOT say anything in the CO about not being able to go a certain distance. It says if the child is out of town for a vacation the parent exercising parenting time must provide the other parent with a phone number where the child can be reached.
There was an instance when they were going back and forth to court where BM said she was going to take her son and leave state. The judge asked the guy from FOC if she could do that and he said she can't leave within 150 miles. I think that's what BM is thinking now. But I don't know if it still applies now that there isn't an ongoing case.
So if it just happened to be DH's weekend, shouldn't SS be allowed to come?