Well, at least this is a start!
According to court docs obtained by the Daily Mail, Bristol Palin and the father of her two-month-old daughter Sailor Grace have reached an interim agreement in their contentious custody battle. Apparently Bristol and Dakota Meyer came to an understanding through a series of
emotional text messages.
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The peaceful conclusion is not too surprising considering Palin just shared an Instagram snap on Monday gushing about how much her daughter looked like her "daddy". What's strange is momma has never PUBLICLY named Meyer as the poppa.
As for the agreement, Mr. Meyer will be able to visit his baby every two weeks starting March 18 with a few stipulations (we are talking about the Palins, after all). Per B.P.'s request, Dakota's three hour visits must be "supervised at Bristol's discretion" and if he wants to reschedule he must do so two weeks in advance.
In addition, the war vet must "respect Bristol's wishes to, the extent possible, feed Sailor breast milk," and he can't "consume or be under the influence of drugs or alcohol during his visitations with Sailor". The political man is also permitted to Facetime the little girl "no later than 7pm Alaska time".
Wow, that's quite the list! As long as it's in S.G.'s best interests, than that's all that matters!
Explaining why she couldn't accept D.M.'s recent emergency order to visit his daughter, Bristol said she's too busy "breastfeeding" to allow four consecutive days of visitation: