Your parenting plan or decree should say something about who arranges for travel or who should communicate regarding the beginning of parenting time. Your best bet is probably to keep the lines of communication open via written communication (i.e. email) to show that you are willing to allow the non-custodial parent to exercise their parenting time. Also, this written communication will document everything in case an issue arises later.
While your situation seems straight forward from your facts, there may be additional facts that would allow for more thorough advice. As such, it might be a good idea to consult with a family attorney.
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