What's up?- How are you doing?
- Keeping this houseclean is almost impossible.
- So what's new--anything?
- Corey filed these papers.
He turned aroundand filed an objection
to be the primary custodian.
I spoke to himafter the hearing,
and everything went great.
You know, we were actuallykind of communicating
and thoughtthat we were gonna...
- Do better?
- Be able to co-parentthe way we used to.
- Yeah, the way you should,for the kids, anyway.
- Right.Today I get his objection
that West Virginia law does notrecognize joint custodian.
Who cares?- Yeah.
- Why are you making a big dealout of nothing?
- Yeah.- I know plenty of parents
that's done joint custodian,
you know, to be civiland because they both--
- Technically, that's the wayit's supposed to be.
- Right. I mean,if you're both good parents,
then there should benothing wrong,
and then he says that he shouldbe the primary custodian
because they live--or theygo to school in his district
and whatever else.
No. Okay, I do everything,so maybe
I should be the primarycustodian. I mean--
- Why not just dropwhat you guys just did
at court--just drop itand just go from there?
Like, why does it haveto keep dragging out?
- Becauseit's a control thing.
- I know, and it's stupid.- Now it's a control thing.
He jumps intothis family lifestyle
and feels likehe's the better parent,
he's the more stable parent,
he needs them.I just feel like--
- So you guys aregonna have to go back to court
over these objections?
- That's all I can do,
but I really hope that itcomes to an end for my girls.
- It needs to.- I really do, but--
- It does. It needs to.It's immature and it's stupid.
You guys have beento court how many times?
- To do what he's done
to my kids--I don't careif he takes another breath,
and I don't--I don't knowwhat else to do.
All I can dois fight against it.
- I know.- That's all I can do.