Divorce & Co-Parenting: How to Get Organized With Two Happy Homes by Mindy Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP

4 years ago
Divorce & Co-Parenting: How to Get Organized With Two Happy Homes

Children-And-Divorce.com reports that 50 percent of North American children will see their parents divorce. Divorce can be a traumatic experience, especially if the children witness unresolved issues between their parents.

Traci Whitney is a designer and mother of three kids who, after she went through a divorce, didn’t want her children to be another statistic. Because of her personal frustration with the lack of resources and searching for a better way to communicate with her co-parent, she created TwoHappyHomes.com.

Two Happy Homes is a place for parents to communicate and organize family information – a collaborative tool that makes the challenging life of co-parenting easier. The website makes life a little easier between two households. Co-parents can work together to organize schedules using a common calendar, share medical information, track co-parenting family finances, documents, contacts, pictures and so much more.

Divorce can be difficulty. But tools like Two Happy Homes can help improve co-parenting challenges and make the transition for kids between two homes (almost) seamless.

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Donna John
Dang, I needed this years ago!!! Thanks for shining a light on this, Mindy Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP . It's so important to work together for the kids after divorce no matter how you feel about each other.
Mindy Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP
I am not divorced, but I do have a lot of friends who are. This is a great to help keep kids in mind in the mist of all of these challenges.
Great info for a very difficult situation
Elisa Schmitz, 30Seconds
What a wonderful resource, Mindy Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP . Having gone through a divorce, I wish I'd had this type of support. Co-parenting isn't easy, but it's so necessary. Thank you for sharing this!

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