After crossing your Ts and dotting your Is, you and your ex have agreed to a joint custody arrangement. Even though this is the best situation for your kids, that doesn't make it the easiest one. It's important to ease your children into the arrangement and make sure to put their needs first. There are many things — from a simple sit-down to doubling up on stuffed animals — that parents can do to help kids adjust to their new living situation. Here, real moms share their tips to make this tough situation a little easier on the kids.
How to Help Your Kids Through Shared Custody
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