The following article talks about summer vacation ideas for divorced or separated parents. It will give you ideas to make the lazy days of summer less stressful and more fun for both you and your children.
Keeping Summer Vacation Fun
Kids wait all year for summer vacation. But when parents are divorced or separated, summer vacation becomes more complicated. Kids look forward to long days with their friends doing nothing. When they have a parenting schedule to live with, summer loses some of its fun. Your child needs to spend time with both parents - that's a given. So how do you keep the parenting schedule from messing up your child's summer dreams?
Plan around it
If you and your child dream of lazy days at the beach or crazy afternoons at an amusement park, plan your family's schedule around the parenting schedule. Try to work, clean the house, or do volunteer work while your child is with the other parent.
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For more information, contact the Family Law Offices of Renee M. Marcelle at (415) 456-4444, or online at http://www.familylawmarin.com/