Co-Parenting!

 

This is co-parenting!!!  Co-parenting can work!  

Father shared this post: “Both parents able to be there for them and then so sad for my other two sons who are not allowed a smooth ,easy, loving life.sigh….anyway here is some co-parenting done right on mothers day this year actually.”

Mothers response: “This is my post with just a part of a conversation between my sons father and I. We have good communication as we try to still raise him together but separate of course. We both choose to be fair, I’ve always pushed that they have a relationship. I lost my father at a young age and gained an amazing step dad who has raised me as his own so I know how important dads are first hand and how loosing one affects you for life. I sure don’t want to be one of those golden uterus moms because I know I’m no vigin Mary it took two of us to make a child and now its up to two families to raise him. Just because we didn’t work out doesn’t mean our child should suffer from it and drama. I hope it continues to be this way because it just works well. And yes he pays child support of $50.00 a month, no medical or insurance but if he can help with sports or want school photos then he gives money for those but I don’t take him for more than that and don’t make it about money. My fiances ex and mother to my two step children, well she’s the complete opposite of me..hence why I’m now even more for fathers rights.”

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CoParenting! m.

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Shared on The Father’s Rights Movement.

Link to FB page: https://www.facebook.com/Fathers4kids?fref=nf

# 184, Co-Parenting!

 

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God’s Goodness

 

This wife and mother talks about her parent’s divorce, the blessing and difficulty of divorce.  She reveals the goodness of God and how God is the foundation for the success of her marriage. (Comments to Turned Out All Right?, post #177, posted June 16, 2015)

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My parents divorced when I was a freshman in college. I remember my Dad saying to me that he was going to leave when my younger brother went to college. He waited to leave until we were older. I am sad that my parents marriage did not last, but in looking back, I am glad that they stayed together for as long as they did, and especially when we were younger.

I have now been blessed to be married for 21 years. I am grateful to God for my husband, and I know that we are still married because of having God and Jesus in our lives. Marriage is a blessing, but at times is also difficult. I don’t know how marriages that do not have God as a foundation make it.

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Comment to Turned Out All Right?, by JH, July 29, 2013.

Link to article: http://www.marriage-ecosystem.org/turned-out-all-right.html

#178, God’s Goodness

Positive Co-Parenting

 

A child has the DNA of both parents!  Nurturing the relationship with your co-parent is an important part of the divorce process.  Encouragement to include your co-parent can have long term benefits.  

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A couple weeks ago, my son and I were at Kohl’s and I asked him what he wanted to get his papa for father’s day? He ran around the store looking for a gift for his papa! My son was so excited to “surprise papa” This made my heart happy.

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# 156, Positive Co-parenting