ilovemykids1:He wants for us to go back in front of the judge now to have the visitation stops.
Even if this bright young child actually conveyed that desire to you; I have to wonder where he could have possibly got the idea that a judge would terminate the father's visitation rights.
As the "custodial parent" you also have a responsibility to encourage the visitation with the father. If you suspect that the father is somehow upsetting the child, that is a conversation you have with the father.
A simple response to the child could be: "I'll talk to your father about that". As the other Reply's have informed you, this situation has about 12 more years to play out.
Again, I suggest you and the father have an adult conversation about this matter.
I'm not a lawyer. This is only my opinion /suggestion. Most Replys' are based on information provided by the "original post" (OP).