This clause makes perfect sense. It means that each of you have the right to have custody of the child during the summer for two non-consecutive weeks, typically to take the child in vacation. These weeks are uninterrupted so that the other parent cannot exercise mid-week visits during the other parent's vacation.
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I'm adding to the answer given above. You are expected to tell each other at least 30 days ahead of time when you want to exercise you right to take your child for each one week vacation. That means you have to give him 30 days advance notice and he has to give you the same. The fact that he is not the primary custodial parent does not necessarily preclude the father from having vacation time with your child. Apparently the court thought that it would okay for him to do this.
Disclaimer: Please note that this response does not in any way an attorney-client relationship between Kathryn L. Hilbush and the recipient. My responses are general in nature. They do not constitute legal advice. You are advised to consult an attorney regarding this and any other legal matters.
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