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A: The father reiterates that taking the child to the mother’s home between 5:30 and 6:30 is an ongoing, accepted part of their routine. He offers two alternative locations to which he is willing to escort the child. His consistent attempts to accommodate the mother, despite her erratic behavior, are clear.

B: Here the mother claims that the father’s alternatives are not acceptable because she has determined no one is home at either of these locations. She then claims to have placed two calls and had two separate discussions all within, at maximum, one minute. This unsupportable claim only compounds the numerous discrepancies in her threats and demands leading up to this moment.

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