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Does your custody order address this...or taking your children out of contingent counties?
If your custody agreement doesn't specifically prohibit this, then you should be able to do this (since you're married), then this would likely be permissible if you do it during your custody period and if it does not interfere with the father's visitation.
However, if there is anything in your custody order that makes you believe this would be improper, you can always ask the court to enter an order giving you permission to do this in order to avoid any issues with the father.
Ok. In that case, in the short term, you could likely take them for overnight visits at his house IF there are no prohibitions to it.....but you'd likely need to file a motion for permission to change their residence.
Unless the court order requires you to get permission to go places while the children are in your custody or unless the court order prohibits overnight stays with a person of the opposite sex of the parent, then you shouldn't have to.....
But, if there's anything that prohibits your right to travel with the child, you'd need permission.
But, if you want to change the residence of the children, that will take a motion and a court order.