By Hope Ankney
In the latest celebrity news, it seems that Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott will be spreading the holiday cheer together with daughter, Stormi. According to EOnline.com, the celebrity exes will be spending Christmas as a family to make it as wonderful as possible for Stormi. He will be at family gatherings and other outings with Kylie and his daughter in the upcoming week. They’re both excited to share this experience with Stormi, together.
In celebrity news, Kylie and Travis will spend the holidays together despite not being together. What are some important ways to be the best co-parents you can be?
Co-parenting isn’t always the easiest job, especially when it comes to being at odds with your ex. But, it doesn’t have to hinder your child’s experience with both of you! If you’re having a difficult time figuring out how to be a family together, don’t worry! Cupid has some parenting advice to make sure you’re being the best co-parent you can be:
1. Find a healthy way to communicate: Co-parenting is hard enough as it is. You don’t want to make it even harder by not having a sense of communication with one another. Meet in the middle with your ex, and find a way for both of you to communicate so you can come together for your children and give them the best memories possible.
2. Set boundaries: Make sure that you both have a deep understanding of which boundaries not to cross with one another. An easy way to fix any potential blow-ups is to know what’s a touchy subject for your ex. This allows you both to exist in the same space without wondering if one of you is going to cross the line about a certain topic.
3. Put your child first: The most important aspect of co-parenting is to always do what’s in the best interest of your child. It isn’t about you as exes. It’s about making sure that your kid has the best experience they can with each of you as a family. If you can’t come together for the well-being of your child, then it will be a very difficult journey being co-parents together, and the outcome of that could affect them in the long run.
What are some of your most helpful co-parenting tips? Let us know below!¬†