Meghan Griesemer
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sneha cherian left a comment for Meghan Griesemer
"Hi meghan, congratulations for being featured. I am stopping by to say "hello" :)welcome to the club.. love from http://cocoon2butterfly.com/";"
Nov 11, 2013
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"Hi, Meghan. I share your philosophy of protecting my child's privacy. Stop by Sorry, Mom. I didn't listen some time and say hello."
Nov 6, 2013
Meghan Griesemer posted a blog post

Navigating the Family Court System

So this weekend I went to a friend's baby shower. I met a lovely couple who is three years into dealing with a custody battle. They said the were hopeful that they would be done with it soon. It was nice to talk to people who had a VERY similar story to my own. Boy, I didn't have to look too far.When I am through with all of the legalities I will be blogging in detail about my experience. I don't want other mothers to have to go through what me and this other couple have gone through. In the…See More
Nov 4, 2013
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Oct 31, 2013

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I am a single mom to the most perfect baby boy. I am a proponent of getting back to nature, peaceful co-parenting, and healthy lifestyle. Navigating the court system is my part-time job. I am all about continuous self-improvement and the importance of education.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Children are our first priority. I also am in favor of sharing while at the same time voraciously protecting my child's privacy. My whole world centers around him--that's every single decision I make. I don't believe selfishness has any place in motherhood.
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April 2012

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Navigating the Family Court System

Posted on November 4, 2013 at 9:00am 0 Comments

So this weekend I went to a friend's baby shower. I met a lovely couple who is three years into dealing with a custody battle. They said the were hopeful that they would be done with it soon. It was nice to talk to people who had a VERY similar story to my own. Boy, I didn't have to look too far.

When I am through with all of the legalities I will be blogging in detail about my experience. I don't want other mothers to have to go through what me and this other couple have gone…

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At 1:31am on November 11, 2013, sneha cherian said…

Hi meghan, congratulations for being featured. I am stopping by to say "hello" :)welcome to the club.. love from http://cocoon2butterfly.com/"

At 9:15am on November 6, 2013, Lauren Markman said…

Hi, Meghan. I share your philosophy of protecting my child's privacy. Stop by Sorry, Mom. I didn't listen some time and say hello.

 
 
 

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