Hello, my name is Marcus.
It is considered that it is in the child’s best interests to have a meaningful relationship with both parents.
However when a child is very young as in your case contact has to be built up very gradually.
The reality is that you as primary carer are in the best position to decide what you consider to be in your son’s best interests.
Usually at this stage contact his little and often as you are doing.
If father made an application to the court for a contact order now known as a child arrangement order it is unlikely he would be allowed to remove the child from your home at this time.
In the near future it may be that he could have the child away from home but for short periods of time but only when safe to do so.
I do not consider your position to be in reasonable at this time and I think that would also be the view of any court if he was to make an application.
However in the fullness of time and certainly win matters have settle down it may be possible for you to start a staggered increase in contact starting with short period of time away from home and only when your son is settled then maybe increase the time.
It is all about the child and what is best for the child and of course they all vary in how they adapt to situations. So will settle better than others.