Certain actions of divorced parents can be considered bad co-parenting, even if they seem justifiable. While some bad co-parenting habits are obvious, others may be harder to pinpoint. The following are some warning signs of bad co-parenting. 1. Unwarranted Threats to Call or Calling Police/DHS A child may arrive home
When it comes to life insurance, there are a whole host of misconceptions running rampant in the popular consciousness. This is partly due to the fact that life insurance is a big decision, so there’s confusion surrounding the topic, and plenty of intricacies to navigate. In the absence of expert
Nesting is a new post-divorce co-parenting strategy in which the children remain in the same home and the parents move in and out. The purpose of nesting is to ensure that children have a stable living arrangement. However, nesting is also difficult for divorced parents to coordinate. It relies on
Throughout early education, students are typically taught a curriculum including reading, mathematics and art. These subjects are an essential foundation for a child’s future schooling, however lessons in science are often lacking. Keep in mind about 25% of parents think science is not being highlighted enough in school. Luckily, there
Sure, we all give our kids multi-vitamins, but many of us don’t consider giving them additional supplements. We figure that can come later in life when their bodies slow down on producing the nutrients they need. But additional nutrients we should consider adding to their dietary routines are omega 3’s.
As a parent, it is our responsibility to provide our kids with everything they might need; basics such as food, clothing, shelter and, of course, a good education, are all essentials for a growing child. Any form of sport is beneficial to children, as daily exercise helps the growing body