How to Improve Your Kids’ Transitions Between Co-Parenting Households

Co-parenting can be a challenging experience for many divorced parents. But, when kids are involved, it becomes all the more important to ensure that your children can make a smooth transition between the two households. Kids need consistency and stability on both sides to adjust well.

Read on to learn practical tips on how to make this transition easier for your kids.

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Summer Coparenting With Constantly Changing Schedules: 4 Tips

Summertime and the living is easy – unless you’re a co-parent, which in that case, likely means summer can become a hectic, busy, fast-paced time with constantly changing schedules to balance.

While the school year gives co-parents a solid structure to work with, taking up most days and many nights due to various extra-curricular activities, the summer can feel like lawless land, with rotating stints at summer camp, long-planned vacations, quick weekend getaways, and alternative childcare programs all in the mix. For co-parents, there’s also the reality of balancing two different households.

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