We can guess at your question, but it would be better if you'd ask it yourself. Are you wondering whether the mother's impermanence is a factor to consider in a custody determination by the court?
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I'm going to answer your post which is not quite a question with a question: is your main goal to get the mother in trouble? Or is it too early to make sure that your kid or kids are fine? The truth of the matter is fighting is never good for kids. Hotel rooms, on the other hand, have no intrinsic evil or good they are simply hotel rooms.
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