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And in November 2012, he filed a “Petition to Establish Parental Relationship” in California, checking the box on the form to say he was the father of “a child who is not yet born” and another box to begin a custody proceeding for a “child [who] resides or is found in this county.” Mc Kenna moved to New York in December, when she was seven months pregnant.
And in doing so, it threatened to limit the rights of a pregnant woman to move and travel.
As the adults clash, sometimes it even becomes hard to consider the child at the center.
Mc Kenna and Miller met through an online dating service in April 2012, and she got pregnant in late May, before their brief relationship ended.
We don't have to have an orifice tear open to make way for a giant head. -DWS What happened instead, because of the initial wrongheaded New York ruling, was that in September, the baby went to live with Miller and his wife in California, after the California court granted him primary custody.
(The wife had the bad taste to reportedly put up a blog post, since deleted, in which she said that she and Miller provided a “loving and balanced family,” unlike Mc Kenna, who she said often used child care.) Now the usual gender roles are reversed: It’s Miller who has taken care of the baby for the last couple of months, and Mc Kenna who is trying to get her now-9-month-old child back.
In June, Miller told Mc Kenna he wouldn’t come with her to an ultrasound because “U made this choice against my wish,” according to a text she released from him.
She texted him in October, “Just a heads up, I met with an advisor from Columbia today and we will probably be moving there in the fall.” That same month, Miller married someone else (Morgan Beck, a beach volleyball star and model, if you must know).
ere’s one I haven’t heard before: A woman gets pregnant in California by a famous athlete she is casually dating, decides to go to college in New York—tuition paid by the G. Bill—and after she moves there, before the baby is born, gets blasted by a New York judge for “her appropriation of the child while in utero,” which the judge calls “irresponsible” and “reprehensible.” I understand that fathers have rights, and I’m all for that.
But this ruling took those rights way too far, to the point of dangerousness.
If not, courts step in Listen guys, life isn't fair.
We as men get children without having to go through nine months of discomfort, sickness, pain, and risk.
“I’m outraged by this idea that they even ask about her motive.