I currently moved jobs and emailed my Ex advising that Kayla would be picking up Quinn midweek only because the distance is going to be difficult. I was polite in my email advising her of my time change and that it would be really convenient for Kayla who can stop on her way home from work per its closer. She said it was no problem and to let her know the times as well as giving Kayla her number in case something happened. It was good, I will admit I was nervous I wasn't sure how she would handle the email. However Kayla and I now are married and the email was very nice and not offensive or written in a powerful way or demanding one.
For my fellow parenting readers and friends when it comes to this please keep in mind what I wrote. If you are sending some changes be nice you may not have to ask to make them if they are small. However don't send a demanding email that states the changes and that's it. Be polite and advise what is happening and why. Your Ex should be nice and listen, if they don't you can look into your decree it might not justify their not agreeing. Either way keeping your cool is most important.
So if you have some changes to make, ask kindly and advise what is going on and why. If you are hearing about them take your time to read and take in the changes that might be happening. If you new spouse is like mine and very calm and understanding talk to them. Remember your new spouse is part of your life and they are here for you! I feel the past changes we made went well, and it was handled correctly. Kayla picked up Quinn last night and Quinn was very happy to see her!
She cares about Kayla a lot but also it was a nice change to me getting her so I think it was nice. So I do hope this post helps, I try to live by the words I type however I still get upset working in this agreement for anyone is difficult just slow down and think before you say anything back.
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