The passage of time has encompassed loads of development and changes and growth in their lives. And yet, here we are after all this time, still nesting. Our kids still call the same place “home.”
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Bird Nesting After Divorce: Honoring Our Family’s History
Because of our co-parenting arrangement – also known as bird nesting – we’re surrounded by memories of how our family came to be.
8 Books That Helped Me Create My Perfect Life after Divorce – And Not One of Them Is About Divorce!
Divorce, for all its worry, sadness, and challenges, also provides the opportunity for creativity to run untethered and for unforeseen opportunities to enter.
A Very Birdnesting Christmas
How a nesting co-parenting family celebrates and keeps important family traditions alive.
Nesting After Divorce Can Actually Save You Money
Unlike a traditional divorce scenario in which the children move between their parents’ houses, nesting means there is only one primary residence and the children stay put. Learn more here.
The Benefits of Nesting Co-Parenting
Nesting (or “bird-nesting” as it’s sometimes called) means the children stay in the family home after the divorce while their co-parents move in and out to care for them.
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