Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Parents: Exes Drew Barrymore & Will Kopelman Reunite for Daughter’s GraduationCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Parents: Exes Drew Barrymore & Will Kopelman Reunite for Daughter’s Graduation

By; Emily Green

In the latest celebrity news, actress Drew Barrymore and ex-husband Will Kopelman reunited for their daughter Frankie’s graduation, according to This celebrity couple split in 2016, but they have remained on good terms while co-parenting their two daughters, Olive (6) and Frankie (5).

These celebrity parents are focusing on making co-parenting successful. What are some things you can do to enhance your co-parenting situation?

Cupid’s Advice:

Just because you and your partner are no longer together doesn’t mean your family is broken. By staying on good terms with your ex, you can ensure that your children adjust well to a new family dynamic. Here are some of Cupid’s tips to ensure a successful co-parenting situation:

1. Communication is key: By actively communicating with your ex, you can ensure that you are both on the same page regarding your children. If one of you has concerns about something, you should be able to sit down and talk it out. Even just asking one another about their day, or what has been going on in their lives is a great step toward having a friendly relationship.

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2. Be open and flexible: Different situations pop up all the time, so if your ex has to cancel a day because of an impromptu meeting, try to schedule another day so your children can still see them! Remember to put your children first, and work your parenting schedules around what will make the kids happy.

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3. Respect their time: Each of you deserve an equal amount of time with your children. Make sure that your ex receives just as much time and respect with their children as you expect in return.

What are some of your tips to have a successful co-parent relationship? Let us know in the comments below!