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6 thoughts on “Positive Term: Co-Parenting”

  1. You know I fully agree with this! Co-parenting isn’t easy but if it is what is right then I think it’s the best for the child. Of course not always is it possible. You know well enough I parent my daughters solely. Their father isn’t even around and it’s not in their best interest to be with him half the time, heck right now not any of the time. But Noah is very lucky to have both me and his father equally and I like it that way for him. I miss him terribly when he isn’t here but I know he is building a strong relationship with his dad and that I’m thankful for. Especially knowing what it’s like to have children who are fatherless. It makes me cringe to hear the stories of the mother who fights that father over seeing the child when it is not necessary or thinks more of child support then of support of the child. Money isn’t always the best answer and we both know that to be true considering we don’t get child support during our joint custody. Great topic and sorry for the LONG comment. 🙂
    .-= MommaDJane´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday – Arrgh the Halloween Pirate =-.

  2. You have such a great attitude about this, and you’ll find a way to make this happen. I know kids who are totally caught in the middle and I feel so bad for them. I don’t know how the parents can’t realize that they’re hurting their kids more than their ex when they’re openly bitter to each other. Especially when it drags on and on. You’re kids will definitely thrive with a positive attitude from both parents even when mom and dad don’t live together.

    By the way, the photo of you on your birthday post is just gorgeous! Oh, to be 28 again.
    .-= Tina T´s last blog ..When Should You Get Married? =-.

  3. I have to say you are a great mother and have a smart mind.
    I know whatever you set your mind to do ,you can do it.
    Keep your head up and be happy and your kids will be to.

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