supermezzo wrote: »
I really hope that you just took the boys shopping and let her stew if she turned up. As one who learnt this from a woefully inept 'Father', failing to turn up/be late/leave kids waiting teaches them that waiting and being disappointed is 'the norm'.
That plus, eventually, they learn to resent both the party being late and the party sending them to see them.
Savvy_sewing wrote: »
I didn't this time, I waited etc but I will be discussing it in the next meeting. Before we go to court at the end of the month.
I did at least get some down time.
Eventually it was 3.30 and 7.30 before they were home
I don't want to fall out with them but I am not impressed
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