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No agreements in place yet he says he has spoken to a solicitor and he doesn't have to rush into anything. He spent less than an hour yesterday with them but other than that he has not spent a length of time alone with them. I had a staff meeting recently and he had to watch the children but ended up getting his younger brother and mum around also to be there. Since the separation he has come to see them bathed them but when asked about their clothes admitted he didn't know where they were.
I work in childcare and the children attend, if they had any concerns for their welfare it would have been reported so i know i have that in my defense also
He keeps saying i cant rush him into anything, for example sorting out the house dividing our stuff and arrangements for the kids. I am in a different mindset of lets do this, this and this get it sorted so its not dragged out for the kids sake. When i contact him asking him questions he ignores them or gets angry saying im bombarding him and don't think that far ahead. is he trying to delay it all in spite of me. im a little lost at the moment
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