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 n.— «Sadie Frost has done it. Ulrika Jonsson does it all the time. Paula Yates did it. And so have I. What we, and countless other women have done, is have children with more than one man. It is fraught, it is complicated but, in this day and age, almost inevitable. As more marriages break down and former partners take up with new partners, multi-dadding seems to be a modern phenomenon.» —“Is multi-dadding the future of parenting?” by Lucy Cavendish Observer (United Kingdom) Feb. 11, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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