Are you looking for things to do with your kids this weekend? At Fairway, we know how important it is to spend quality time with your children. Especially after divorce, where your time with them is precious and limited. In this blog, we had our kids put together a list of 101 activities and crafts that they enjoy. Plus, they made sure to include a bunch of great sites that offer activities for kids to do all year round.
Valentine’s Day in the midst of separation can be incredibly isolating and lonely. Amid all these hearts, candies and flowers, here are some ways you could support that friend, colleague, sister or brother who is going through a separation.
Avoid disappointments over the holiday by revisiting your co-parent contract. Co-parents have an unwritten, unspoken expectation of each other, but as time passes, it may make sense to clarity expectations again. Here are some helpful tips on things you can do to clarify and update agreements.
Text messaging can help divorced and separated parents better communicate without emotion. Find out how to use text messages to stick to the business at hand.
When in the middle of a divorce or separation you can feel like you are in a constant state of limbo. Not knowing what the next few months or even years will bring can leave you feeling out of control. Here are 10 suggestions for making this transition easier.
Traveling when in a shared parenting can add some complexity and stress. Learn some practical tips on how to make it work for everyone and make planning easier.
There is no denying the stress of the holidays, and it can be glaringly obvious that divorce is inevitable. While you cannot ever be 100% prepared, it is best to work on not having any regrets.
Organizing summer arrangement and vacations is time-consuming and sometimes complex, but add Divorced Parents and it can be a real challenge. Here are some tips on how to make it better for everyone.
Holidays can be stressful, here is a quick guide for divorced couples on how to get through the holidays with or without the kids.
Divorce is stressful. Add the complications of parenting and family relationships over the holidays and it can be chaos. Read some common sense and practical steps for making the Christmas and other celebrated holidays less stressful and more enjoyable for children and parents.