Court granted mother sole custody of three minor children, and ordered father to pay child support in statutory amount of 32% of his net income. Court properly ordered father to pay 20% of children's daycare and extracurricular activities, rather than the 40% of those expenses originally ordered, as that would have reduced father's net income by 50% (total child support plus expenses). Any amount above agreed 32% of father's net income represents upward deviation from statutory amount and must be supported by record. Court properly found that father did not have ability to pay 40% of those expenses.
(CARTER and McDADE, concurring.)