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All Blog Posts Tagged 'visitation' (3)

Battle Royale

Here’s my baby momma update (incase anyone was wondering). We did get our step-daughter last weekend as scheduled. Apparently she threw a fit before she went to school Friday wanting to come over, so her mom let her. This situation is so beyond ridiculous.

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Added by My Momma Drama on March 30, 2010 at 4:28pm — No Comments

I Need to Punch Something

Ok, I’m pissy – I’ve talked to some friends and my husband, but I’m still pissy. So, if you do not like curse words – please DO NOT read on because there are a lot.



So, all this baby momma stuff I’ve been writing about just came to a head this week. This horrible pissy week.



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Added by My Momma Drama on March 13, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Tips for Summer in Stepfamilies

Since I am a custodial step-parent, my perspective is from that point of view. My stepkids

live with me full time, but that isn't the case for many step-mothers. Many of you are

probably spending a lot more time with your stepkids than you are used to doing. This

post is dedicated to those of you that might be experiencing a difficult transition from

part-time to full-time stepparent. Here are my suggestions for an enjoyable extended stay

for your… Continue

Added by Angie Blackwell on July 7, 2009 at 5:07pm — No Comments

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