co-parenting


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co-parent

Of a set of parents who were previously married or in a relationship with each other, to jointly raise their child(ren). My ex-boyfriend and I co-parent, so the kids will be with him this weekend. John co-parents with his ex-wife.

co-parenting

Of a set of parents who were previously married or in a relationship with each other, the act of jointly raising their child(ren). I know co-parenting isn't always easy, but at least the kids get to spend time with both of you.
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"Always help children understand you're parenting together by reminding them the parent they're not with loves them and wants them to feel safe," she says, advising parents to show children the co-parenting by drawing up basic rules to be shared in each home.
The introductory page specifically states that Talking Parents provides "a fully secure co-parenting communication tool" and "help[s] co-parents communicate and avoid disputes by maintaining an unalterable record of all conversations, important dates, and shared files." The "unalterable records" contain timestamps and dates.
"To the surprise of many of their closest friends, their communication has improved tremendously and they're both dedicated to co-parenting," the source revealed. 
Mediation Mechanics, Ms Van Riet-lowe said, carried our its mandate in accordance with the Children's Act guideline for co-parenting agreements to biological parents who are not married and do not live together.
Summary: The couple have reportedly reached a property colony and will continue co-parenting of their three children through a joint custody agreement
So, co-parenting seemed the least disastrous option.
But psychotherapist Noel McDermott says co-parenting can be hugely successful.
Coleen says FIRST of all, I want to commend you all on co-parenting your children so brilliantly - you've clearly put them first.
With co-parenting, you have to get it right so it's not a weird thing.
Divorced and married mothers experience a difference in co-parenting, and the relationship interactions of raising children between mothers and fathers.
Tender are invited for Call for research proposals on separation and co-parenting.
In this book the activist and father guides and helps prospective LGBT parents to explore five popular options: adoption, foster care, assisted reproduction, surrogacy, and co-parenting. Drop by our library at The Center and look in the Gay Parents section.
Coleen says I can totally see why you're frustrated - he was willing to make this huge commitment to his ex by having a child with her and co-parenting, yet he seems reluctant to make you fully a part of his life.