First and foremost, Dad has just as much right to parent as you do. It does not appear that you are giving that fact the "weight" that you need to.
You knew that you had to share the children 5-2-2-5, yet you made a decision to move 110 miles round-trip from the other parent, thus making the equal parenting impossible?
Most judges are not likely to find that time spent in a car driving from one end of the county multiple times a week is quality time or in the children's best interest. If you move that far away, the 5-2-2-5 plan is probably not going to be feasible any more.
If you move that far, the court will likely have to change the arrangement, that is, the kids will probably have to live primarily with only one parent. While the judge's decision will be based on the best interests of the children, you should seek immediate legal counsel as you likely will see your children every other weekend and alternating holidays.
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