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    Why don't you drive? Or do you just not own a vehicle?

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    Why don't you drive? Or do you just not own a vehicle?
    I can't drive, medical reasons

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    Originally Posted by Rb1980
    I can't drive, medical reasons
    Ah, gotcha. Well, if she wants you to take the kids she has to partner with you for a solution for transportation.

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    So does your ex drive?

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    Originally Posted by DancingFool
    So does your ex drive?
    No but her partner does. She is claiming it is not her responsibility to have them bought to me, it is down to me to get them.

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    So she doesn't want them on the train (understandable). What does she expect you to do then?

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    So she doesn't want them on the train (understandable). What does she expect you to do then?
    Exactly, that's my problem. She is making out I'm being a rubbish dad and keeps telling me "the kids will remember this"

    Hardly helpful, her saying things like that, she knows my mental health hasn't been great recently!

    She knows I can't drive, she knows my only option was train but as she knows they aren't viable is now using it as a weapon for me not wanting the kids here!
    I even sent her extra money last month as a thank you for all the extra she has had to do during this time.

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    Originally Posted by Rb1980
    No but her partner does. She is claiming it is not her responsibility to have them bought to me, it is down to me to get them.
    I'd call her out on her bs. She knows you can't drive and not wanting to use public transport is reasonable in these times. That said, she can't have it both ways. Either she steps up or needs to pipe down. You aren't going to grow wings and fly over.

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    If you canít drive for medical reasons and she refuses to bring them to you then she has to shut up about the train.

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    Originally Posted by DancingFool
    I'd call her out on her bs. She knows you can't drive and not wanting to use public transport is reasonable in these times. That said, she can't have it both ways. Either she steps up or needs to pipe down. You aren't going to grow wings and fly over.
    Exactly, that's what I said to her!

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