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Old 08-18-2007, 04:11 PM - Thread Starter
 
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any ideas on what this would be like (in CA)?... the dad is not abusive/dangerous etc., and assuming he would want ds 1/2 time (which i'd rather not) could he get him that much? overnights? (too young IMO, but i'm just dong my research). thanks mamas!!
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I don´t know. I am dealing with the same stuff, my ds is 11 months now. Daddy has had both kids three days a week, a couple of hours all summer. Dd ( almost three years) is sleeping over tonight!!

My ex want´s them both to sleep over all weekend every other weekend. That is way too long and way too early for the baby. I have agreed to dd staying there one night each weekend. And I now think she is ready for that, she was very excited about sleeping over at daddys tonight.

As for the baby, he will continue as before a litlle longer. After that I think I will agree to overnights one night every weekend. The kids will then see their daddy to afternoons in the week and one overnight in the weekend. We are meeting with our lawyers on tuesday to talk it over. I hope this will be OK with him.

I don´t know if your ex will get him 50%, I dont live in the US. Here they can´t do that. Thank god!! I think overnights for a one-year old is too early, but I really don´t know what else I can do, if it goes to court he will get overnights anyway.

Best of luck to you!!
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My ds is much younger (almost 3 months), but I have been doing a lot of research on this subject and here are some really helpful articles I found:
This is research done by a google answers researcher, but it applies and the links are GREAT.
http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=754914

Model parenting plans with visitation advice for specific ages:
http://www.supreme.state.az.us/dr/Te...ONG%20DISTANCE

Long, about AP visitation schedules, very informative
http://www.scu.edu/ethics/publicatio...chment101.html

AP International infant custody arrangements:
http://www.attachmentparenting.org/artinfantjoint.shtml

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Here is some articles too:

http://attachmentparenting.org/law.shtml
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If you want some legal advice this message bored is really good

http://community.lawyers.com/message...threadId=12159

Brandy; Mother to Aspen (7/1996) and Ky (5/2006) and partner to Ryan

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thanks for all the links mamas!! gonna check them out.
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