This is a Q&A forum for questions about the law and legal procedure. Although you haven't actually asked such a question, a comment about contempt proceedings might help. Also, the attitude in your first statement is not helpful. When you appear in court on this issue, the civil tone and the meritorious arguments you make in your explanation will advance your cause. Lose the snide comment about starving your family.
The judge won't hold you in contempt without hearing your side of the story, and impossibility is a valid defense. Put another way, contempt is a knowing violation of a specific court order without a valid excuse. It is not clear why you are required to assume the entire transfer burden, but you should consult with an experienced family law practitioner about the possibility of changing the custody order to reduce the number of transfers.
Best wishes for an outcome you can accept, and please remember to designate a best answer.
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