Managing Co-Parenting when Separated throughout COVID-19

COVID-19 has put extreme pressure on separated families. This is even more so when it comes to the parenting of children, and compliance with orders or legal agreements made prior to coronavirus entering our lives. The Federal Circuit Court and Family Court has released the below questions and answers to assist parents in this extremely difficult time.

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4 Gifts for Christmas frenzy – adopt this challenge for the first time with your kids

There has been a lot of talk on social media these last few weeks about the 4 gifts rule for Christmas, however many parents are pushing back, as they find it so difficult to adopt such a method. Only 4 gifts? Is this possible? Continue reading 4 Gifts for Christmas frenzy – adopt this challenge for the first time with your kids

3 ways to make your child’s school shoes last the year

Many children these days out-wear their school shoes, before they out-grow them. Shoes are structurally only designed to approximately last 6 months if worn 5 days a week, or 700 hours. So this automatically works against us parents trying to save our hard earned dollars and not purchase new shoes until the new year.

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