You bring up a super important fact/issue... that the children play sports with their friends or in the district of their school.
Not just some random league without their real peers, in some random city.
Currently, practice for this league is almost 4 cities away from my residence and during the school week. How is that logistically possible and realistic? It’s not. There leaves no time for school work, dinner and winding down. We don’t get home until after 9pm. It’s not healthy.
Games are played all over; that’s a fact - that’s just being part of a league. Any league (basketball, etc)
But when you have an agreement in place for a league by your homes/school; and the other decides to make a unilateral decision to go against that plan - I’m not really sure what to do. Any insight?
I’m not entirely sure why true coparents do this. It’s unnecessary - there should be more cooperation for sure. Seems like the other coparent isn’t coparenting - they’re just doing whatever.