The definition of coParenting as told by the coParenter community, its cofounders, and the coParenter team.
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Family isn’t something that gets smaller just because two people aren’t in love anymore. Family is a huge word, welcoming, always ready to embrace new members.
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Drew Barrymore shares holidays with ex-husband Will Kopelman and two daughters. The celebrities are great examples of coParenting.
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Contrary to what I tell other coParents, my husband and I moved very quickly when we moved in together. The holidays taught me to keep the kids at the center.
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At the risk of stating the obvious, becoming a parent is more complicated for same-sex couples than for heterosexual folks.
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Following a divorce with three children, coParent Kate Chapman searched high and low for assistance within the world of single parenting.
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The largest issue that arises in the dynamic between parents and stepparents is whether a stepparent should discipline the child.
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As coParents, we need to love our step-children as our own. In order to create a healthy blended family, all members need to be considered family.
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Tips to blending your family, and make it more smooth than chunky. We’ve found the recipe!