Do you have a parenting agreement or a court order?
It sounds like it may be time to get the custodial agreement modified so that it reflects the schedule you have actually been exercising. If he does not agree to the modification you will need to go to court to seek the modification. If you have a court order you will need to move to modify custody, if you do not have a court order you can file an initial complaint for custody and ask the court to determine what schedule is in the children’s best interests.
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