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    PREMATURE BABY
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    Anon_228067 posted:
    I need some professional advice quick. Should a premature baby, who was born premature but not in a normal way, the child was taken from the mother's womb by force, 6 weeks early, be forced to be shuffled around from one family member to another, drove four hours one way, twice in three days, because the family member wants visitation due to a guilty conscience caused by not spending time with the mother to begin with, and baby is exposed to smoking, or is it in the child's best interest to be in one stable environment with minimal contact from a multitude of people, the family members coming to see the baby in the baby's environment on the baby's schedule? When I say by force the baby was taken I mean in a purly evil way. And how long should the baby be in a routine before it is allowed to be altered by things such as weekend visits or staying somewhere else for two days?
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