Have you committed the crime of giving birth to a male who would eventually grow up to father a child? If so, I wanted to bring your attention to this particular blog post from Glens Cult.
Well LK, the particular grandmother of which I am speaking wants to steal the child away from his or her mother and this infant is only 10 weeks old. This is barely enough time for the child to be bonding with the mother. There is also no mention of whether the mother is breastfeeding the infant. Here is what La Leche League has to say about breastfeeding:
A mother and her baby should breastfeed for as long as they wish to breastfeed. The American Academy of Pediatrics currently (2005) recommends: "Pediatricians and parents should be aware that exclusive breastfeeding is sufficient to support optimal growth and development for approximately the first 6 months of life and provides continuing protection against diarrhea and respiratory tract infection. Breastfeeding should be continued for at least the first year of life and beyond for as long as mutually desired by mother and child." * As solids are introduced, usually around the middle of the first year, your baby will shift his primary source of nutrition from your milk to other foods.
All the benefits of human milk—including nutritional and health—continue for as long as your baby receives your milk. In fact, as your baby takes less human milk, these advantages are condensed into what milk is produced. Many of the health benefits of human milk are dose related, that is, the longer the baby receives human milk, the greater are the benefits.
They also have this to say about breastfeeding and visits away:
Breastfeeding is an important parenting and health choice for mothers and babies. But when parents separate or divorce, conflicts may arise between the mother's desire to continue breastfeeding and the father's plans for visitation. However, breastfeeding can be protected in family law cases without sacrificing the father's bond with his children. Babies need the love of both their parents, and it should be unnecessary for the courts to pick one relationship over the other, when both are so important.
So as you can see LK, forcing long periods of visitation/parenting time on a brand new baby who could possibly be breastfeeding is not a good idea. Yes the father should be allowed to bond with this child as (providing he is NOT ABUSIVE), but for this paternal grandmother to suggest she wants full custody of this child (in other words she wants to remove the child from his or her mother) is NOT right!!!!
I guess your blog - Legally Kidnapped - is not a misnomer after all, you truly do want to help people legally kidnap children.