11. I wrote a letter to the mother explaining David's condition, and explaining why he needs to stay longer at home, and informed her that she could pick him up as soon as it will be possible. I was not sure if the school informed her about David's ear infection and low haemoglobin level, so I thought I can explain to her in a few words when she comes to pick up David, but I made the letter ready if she would not listen.
12. At 3pm mother appeared by the house to pick up David. I walked out with the letter in my hand, and I tried to explain shortly about David's health condition as ear infection, medicines etc…
I even just said "Hello, David is very ill, I need to tell you what is going with him…" - she shouted at me with her boyfriend: "Give me that child! I am a nurse, I can take care of him, other wise I call the Police right now!" She got the letter from me and drove away shouting she is going to call the Police. I was frightened that time so I reported this incident and informed the Police that she is going to call them, and I do not want trouble because David is in bed with different symptoms.
13. Police arrived in 10 minutes, and they found mother and boyfriend a bit further from our house. So they could talk with both of us, as mother called the Police at the same time as well. The officers were very helpful, kind with patience. They made me clear that I will breach the order now if I keep my decision. David was in bed that time in his room half asleep. He has been waiting for me to tell story to him. He didn't know anything about these things, as I have not mentioned anything to him.
14. I have explained to the officers why I am so concerned about David's welfare at mother's now when David is ill. They said, better if I keep the order, and I said I would be happy to keep it as well, but I am really worried what will happen with David - knowing what has just happened during this 2 weeks, how the mother ignored any serious problems with David. I said to them I am ready to make David ready any time when he will be in better condition. They asked me how the mother would know about it, so I informed them that mother has phone contact today at 7pm, on Sunday at 7pm as well so we can inform her, and she has my phone number, and David's number as well. Officers said that they were going to tell to the mother to be patience until David would be better, but they really recommended not to breach the order even it could be hard and even David is not well.
15. I said to them I am all right to make David ready even I am so worried about him in her care. I asked them to make clear to the mother about his condition, make sure the mother that she needs to give those medicines, vitamins to him, and following the right diet now because the low red blood cells. They said the can not inform the mother all about it, so the officer talked to the mother outside on the street in her car and he asked her to come to the house in their present, just for 1 minute me to explain to her David's condition and the important things. Officer came back and said that the mother rejected it. She said I need to give the child to her because she is a nurse and she knows how to take care of him.
16. The officers warned me again that if I do not let the child go I will breach the order, and it can cause serious troubles to me at Court. So I went upstairs for David to make him ready, and informed him that its time to go as his mother has arrived and waiting for him. He started to cry saying and repeating that he doesn't want to go there, he is scared there and not feeling well there, and he doesn't want to spend there many days, and he wanted me just sit by his bed and telling story to him, listening music together.
17. I went back to the officers downstairs, and I told to them the child was crying and repeating that he doesn't want to go. They said even its hard for him better if I make him ready because the official consequences of this.
18. I went back upstairs, I ignored his sadness and complain, and I nicely made him ready to go, and mentioned the Police officer is here and he will walk with him, so David finished crying, and him and the Police officer walked out to the mother.
19. I am really worried about his welfare at mother's, and the child clearly stated when the Police was present that he did not want to go and he was in fear of the mother. I ask the Honourable Court for an URGENT HEARING ASAP, taking my Application, statement, the breach of order by mother and these additional information in consideration.
20. I insist for the contact to be varied as I have already written before: David at mother's
- in school time on Wednesday afternoons when the mother picks David up from school and brings him back in the evening at 7pm.
- Every fortnight from Friday 6pm to Sunday 6pm.
- 1 week Holidays shared in half as: Friday after school with the parent who has contact on that weekend until Wednesday 2pm, and from Wednesday 2pm with the other parent until Sunday 6pm when the Holiday week ends.
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