There were two more dates in June 2014, during both of
which the same pattern of sexual activity was repeated.
 In July 2014, the pair decided to end their sexual relationship and agreed to remain friends. During the following
weeks, they contacted one another several times by text message
with respect to inconsequential matters.
 In the early evening of August 10, 2014, PP received a
text message from DD that shocked him, in which DD informed
him that she was ten weeks pregnant with his child. PP stated
that he would call DD on his way to work. During that telephone
conversation, DD told PP that she intended to deliver and keep
the baby. PP stated that he thought she was “on the pill”, to
which DD simply responded, “yah”. PP told DD he did not intend
to have a child at that point in his life and, in shock, he sug-
gested that DD have an abortion. She insisted that she would
not do so, to which PP responded in anger: “I don’t want to have
a baby with some random girl. I waited my whole life to decide
who I have a baby with.”
 After ending the telephone conversation, they exchanged
several text messages in which DD expressed confidence that
she could raise the child on her own and stated that she did not
want to force PP’s involvement in the child’s upbringing. She
told PP that “this random girl is fine doing it on her own”.
PP insisted that they meet to discuss the matter in person.
 PP and DD arranged by text message to meet in a local
park on August 20, 2014. They met for approximately 20 minutes.
During this meeting, PP asked DD if she had been taking “the
pill” every day, to which she responded, “yes”. When PP asked
what pill she was on, DD looked away and did not respond. She
said nothing about the name of the pill. PP inquired about the
dates of DD’s menstruation, to which she replied that she was
unsure. She then informed him that she checked a pregnancy
test six times immediately after PP returned from a trip abroad
on June 22 and that, since then, she had had three ultrasounds.
The meeting ended and they went their separate ways.
 In early September, the pair communicated several times
about DD’s uncertainty with respect to whether PP was in fact
the child’s father. PP later had a paternity test, the results of
which he still had not seen at the time of the motion. On September 18, DD contacted PP to advise him that he was the
father and that she had decided to keep the child. PP expressed
his disagreement and the pair did not communicate directly
with one another after that time.
 On March 28, 2015, DD delivered a healthy child. On the
assumption he is in fact the father, PP maintains that he wishes