Then if bdad has a right to ask for things, then so do I. If bio and I have 50/50 then I think he has a right to say if a 7pm bed time is too early, but the fact that he wants to see him once a month, has never wanted to take him over night never had him, doesn't see him on a regular basis the bed time is not something he has a say about, when he gets a bed and what not, and things for him, and then decides to take him over night, then we HE has him he can decide what time to put him to bed on HIS time, my opinion bfather, has no business what goes on in my house during my time, and vice versa.
Also I think you are VERY one sided, you think bdad shouldn't agree to anything I suggest but that I should just agree to everything he wants, that is VERY HYPOCRITCAL. I think BOTH parents have equal say in schedules and what works, its just not for BDAD to decide or BMOM.
And he does need to be home for dinner, the few times bdad decides to exercise his visitation he has NEVER fed him dinner, he would always say I didn't make or have enough to feed him, so thats not very responsible at all. I would have no problem him keeping him until 6:30 a half hr before bed time, if he fed him dinner, and also if he offered to bathe him and get him ready for bed before hand, so then when he got home I could put him straight to bed. Also you skip right over my questions I am going to tell the mediator he has saturdays off as well, I am sure the mediator will ask then why not take him on saturday, you people don't seem to get that its not just what the father wants, and I don't see why you think I should always give the father what he wants, don't you think both parents have a say.
Also I told him I have no problem you taking him until 6:30 if you feed him his dinner do his homework and bathe him and he says its not his responsibility. So if he wants to take him until 6:30 he needs to do those things.