You can do anything you want and I completely understand why you feel the way that you do. However, denying the father such minimal visitation could be raised by him at a later time to make you look unreasonable. Furthermore, it is in the best interest of the child to have a relationship with both parents and one can always hope that he will break his pattern and begin to see the child on a more regular and frequent basis. It is generally in the best interest of a child to have a relationship with both parents. Therefore, try and push your personal feelings aside.
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