If you are up to date on your child support and you have a better option then talk to your ex about the better option for the kids. Approach with a no judgement tone and see if that works. If not then talk to your lawyer for your other options
It is wrong. And if anyone would call protective services, this wouldn't be a good thing. Children are to have their own bed and room even if doubled up with another sibling. Follow your heart, do the right thing for the sake of your children. Best of luck!
not in America. children are to have there own bed and put in there own room. Boys can share a room and girls can share a room but they can't be all together. Call child protective services. Iam assuming you have a stable home so they can stay with you.
As long as the children aren't being exposed to anything 'adult', it shouldn't be that big of a deal...
Talk to her and express your concerns. (Avoid accusations and fighting). Don't jump to conclusions. Then if you feel that the children are exposed to inappropriate behavior, contact children's services. (Moms can be sex offenders too... It's just not as openly talked about.).
But if not... having a bigger house or making more money isn't a worthy reason to disrupt a child's home.
Child services definitely has a problem with that. You are right to be concerned. The children should be the first priority here, and if you'll pardon me for saying so, it doesn't seem like mom is doing so.