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Do you mean father? I'm his mother. And no, I want to be around if he is. His temper is very vitile and he could lose his temper if the baby cried. He couldn't deal with it at all.
Oh sorry! Yes I would trust her, but I will be living in London and she lives in Wales. I have said I'm more than happy to come to London and visit him, but I don't feel that she should be able to take him over night. And especially to Wales whereby I don't know if my ex-partner could turn up at any time.
He is from Wales, and his family is from Wales, so he goes back there regularly, but he actually lives in Oxford now as he is a student. That is where I was living with him until I left.
Yes. I have offered 2 hours every two weeks, under my supervision. I have not heard a response from that yet, but I am getting the impression he believes that is not enough, I would just like to know my rights, should he start making demands, which is likely. He will want to control the situation. But I want to know what rights he has to make demands, when he has done nothing to be a dad so far, and has only caused stress, and worry for me about his welfare (and mine, less importantly).
I understand that he is entitled to contact, but does the violence not reduce his rights? Does he have any rights to take the child overnight? Sorry I am just concerned at the moment and not sure what he is capable of.