Award of third‑party visitation to maternal grandmother on alternating weekends, alternating holidays, and every Christmas Day was more than minimally intrusive of mother’s parental rights and thus impermissibly impinged on her fundamental constitutional right to make decisions concerning care, custody, and control of her child; weekend‑visitation schedule placed child with maternal grandmother nearly twenty percent of the time, not counting the additional holiday time.
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