Planning For Summer Vacation With Your Kids

Summertime can be one of the most difficult times for parents to find activities to keep their children occupied. This issue arises more frequently for kids of divorced parents. Splitting time between mom and dad poses logistical and scheduling issues during the school year, and just because school is out the problem does not disappear. Most families wait until the summer to plan family vacations, and divorced parents are no different. With some careful planning though, summer vacation doesn’t have to be stressful.

Some ideas to put into action for summer vacation include taking care of household obligations and responsibilities while your kids are with the other parent, allow your kids to keep in contact with their friends while spending part of their summer with you, and always have a backup plan. It is also a good idea to coordinate with your ex-spouse, so that activities are not duplicated, but be careful to avoid the trap of trying to “outdo” your ex’s family vacation plans. The most important part about parenting time is that you spend the time with your kids making memories. feel connected to both parents, and foster a good relationship with the entire family.

Other useful tips for divorced parents include keeping the lines of communication open, between the adults and the kids. If your child wants to make a good night call to their other parent while at your house, encourage them to do so and give them privacy while talking. Divorce is a change for the entire family, and when your kids see you taking their opinions into account the transition is much smoother. If you have questions about parenting through summer break, or need to make changes to your visitation schedule to accommodate vacation, call our office for help.

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