Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Gavin Rossdale Says Quarantine Coparenting with Gwen Stefani Has Been a ‘Dilemma’Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Gavin Rossdale Says Quarantine Coparenting with Gwen Stefani Has Been a ‘Dilemma’

By Hope Ankney

In the latest celebrity news, Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani have had a challenging time co-parenting their three sons together during isolation. According to, Rossdale says that it is hasn’t been easy to align their schedules to ensure their kids are staying safe between the two of them. “I think it’s ok for now,” he continued, “but it’s a really big dilemma for parents and kids with split custody.”

In celebrity news, these exes are having a tough time co-parenting their children together in quarantine. What are some ways you can spend time with your kids during this period of isolation?

Cupid’s Advice:

With the lockdown, it has caused kids to be home more than usual since schools have let out. That can get boring rather quickly, so it is important to try and keep your children as engaged as possible. But, it can be harder than you think to not run out of activities to do with them. If you’re having a hard time coming up with new ideas to do with your children right now, don’t worry! Cupid has some parenting advice on ways to freshen up this isolation period for both you and them:

1. Zoom family calls: Whether it be with their other parent or just members of the family, it can be fun to get the kids talking to others outside of just you. It gives them an outlet to socialize with people, and they can even do certain activities with them through the screen! I’m sure their grandparents would simply love to just color with them over the call!

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2. Tie-Dye: Tie-dying can be a quick way to freshen up the activities you do with your children. If you’re tired of being cooped up in the house, this gives you the perfect opportunity to get outside. The supplies can easily be bought at the store or online, and you can get to work on creating some cool patterns. Not only will this give them an opportunity to engage with art, but they’ll even have a fun shirt to rock afterward!

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3. Create an original story: A great thing to try with kids is to have them create their own story. You can buy blank storybooks off the internet easily, and then your kids can begin filling them in! Once they’re finished, you can add a quirky bio/photo of the author and have a new story to read that is unique to them! Not only that, but it can act as a cute souvenir to keep as they get older.

What have you done to spend time with your kids during isolation? Let us know down below.