Generally, you must file a motion for permission to move out of state with the child becaue the court could lose jurisdiction over the child AND because the move will likely affect the non-custodial parent
's ability to exercise visitation and whatever other custody rights
are available to him.
Thus, you should consider filing a petition for authority to relocate and get a court order granting the request instead of moving and not informing the court. Generally, courts will grant the request when it is in the best interest of the child
/ren.....and since you are the custodial parent and because you have taken care of the child on a daily basis, it is likely the court would approve the move and then re-do the visitation schedule to accommodate the distance between the child and father.
Obviously, the father could object, but it's always a matter of whatever is best for the child.....and it is usually best for the child to maintain residence with the spouse he/she has been with UNLESS there's a compelling reason to do otherwise.
So, the father could attempt to object to the move, and there is a possibility that he could win, but it is very unlikely.