"Co-Parenting means sharing the duties of a child. So, I didn’t tell anyone what
"Co-Parenting means sharing the duties of a child. So, I didn’t tell anyone what I was doing. I not only vowed to Jeremy. I gave a vow to Casey and Tyler. Then I vowed to Landon, and then to Jeremy. I wasn’t just going into a marriage with Jeremy and needed his trust and respect, but I needed Casey and Tyler’s too. One thing I promised was to be ONE family always. And I know without hesitation, we will never break that promise. I know I can speak for us all, parenting is hard yet amazing, but co-parenting? It’s a blessing. It was the hardest and best 4 years of my life. It takes true understanding and support from the ones who love you. Everyone facing custody problems, acceptance, understanding, relationship problems, etc. We get it. Not everyone gets the luxury of having a relationship like we formed. But it’s possible to get along, communicate, and give the same rules/love/respect on both sides for your child/children. Go against the norm. BE that CHANGE."
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