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As a non custodial parent, when I would have the children for overnight visitation we would all put on our jammies, hunker down under the covers on my queen size pull-out sofa, and either watch movies or read to each other until everyone passed out. (I was usually the first to fall asleep.) Not only was this lots of fun and provided for some quality close-time, but it was also a non-confrontational way to get the kids into pajamas and into bed quickly.

During the marriage, this was the routine almost every other night in my home. Once my ex wife found out that all of us were, post divorce, sleeping in one big bed, I suddenly became a perverted monster and was show caused because of it. I wasn't ordered per se, to stop the practice, but the judge made it clear that she didn't approve. After then, even if the kids begged me to do it, I had to make up reasons why we couldn't.

Shameful what people do in divorce. Don't let your client go through what I did. There has to be a judge out there somewhere who isn't completely insane.

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