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No matter how you look at the schedule, every other weekend is not enough time with our children once they become toddlers.


 
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That is very useful.  I wish we would have had that in our hands last year.  It would have helped a great deal I think.
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I think if parents are getting divorced while a child is still under 2 both parents need to be seen by the child every day. Even if that means dad or mom only sees them for a couple hours. Parent's dirvorcing should have to have that written in somewhere that is how things are going to be. It would keep the child close to both parents.

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