would you allow?

(9 Posts)
TheBrotherHoodOfSteel Sun 22-Dec-13 08:58:55

No because in another post you've said he's a drug user. So definitely no and to be frank I am worried that you even need to ask.

catcatcat Sat 21-Dec-13 20:15:52

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Agree with others - you haven't given enough information. If there is no good reason that he is unfit to care for the child himself, then of course he should have unsupervised contact. He is the child's father, his/her other, perfectly competent, parent.

HectorVector Sat 21-Dec-13 19:59:14

Is the any reason your ex shouldn't have unsupervised contact? You really haven't provided enough information if you want sensible responses.

HectorVector Sat 21-Dec-13 19:58:58

Is the any reason your ex shouldn't have unsupervised contact? You really haven't provided enough information if you want sensible responses.

feathermucker Sat 21-Dec-13 19:56:34

Tell us why it shouldn't be allowed......

NickNacks Sat 21-Dec-13 19:48:44

As an object

NickNacks Sat 21-Dec-13 19:48:16

Why not? His child as much as yours. 'Allow' makes my think you see your child as son object.

And besides, clearly you haven't given us all the info so very difficult to give a true opinion.

catcatcat Sat 21-Dec-13 19:45:16

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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