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Happiness for the summer can start with her own place at the table.
Regardless, remember to give the visiting children a place in your home. Happiness for the summer or the holidays can start with her own place at the table–just where it was last year.
Short and Long-Term Visitation How do you handle the times when one parent has long-term visitation, such as summer, while the other spouse’s children are coming for the week-end only?
Additional information about stepparenting, stepfamilies.
Large Play Mats roll-up for storage between rainy days or stepkids’ visits. Review mat | Buy mat
Go Away Monster! Board Game Review game | Buy game
Don’t Make Me Laugh, Jr Board Game Review Game | Buy Game
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Tin box Version Cranium’s Cadoo, Family Game Review game | Buy game
Review Ready Bed with easily inflatable mattresses for grandkids’ visits or popular gifts with boy’s or girl’s favorite characters.
CyberParent Recommended Reading for More Information: Introducing the StepParents’ Web StepParent Web Directory Q & A Series Blended Family Blended or Blender? New Stepparent: Now What? Stepkin: An Evolution What Is a Single Stepparent? Building Kinship Short and Long-Term Visitation Second Marriages with Children Both Are Non-Custody Parents Six Common Stepfamily Conflicts Thanks, Mike! Doggy-Blue
One Non-Custody Parent/Spouse Has Visitation Rights
Stepparents Seek Advice from Other Stepparents.
Stepfathers: A fact of life in America today.
Time-out: An Effective Discipline for Stepfamilies.
Multiple page series of letters about stepparenting from CyberParent surfers.
Genetic Engineering: What Is It and How Can It Affect My Family? Book Review: The Blended Family Sourcebook Book Review: Blending Families Book Review: The Courage to Be a Stepmom Book Review: Divorce and New Beginnings Book Review: Stepcoupling Book Review: Step Wars Book Review: Step Wise Book Review: Surviving Your Adolescents. Book Review: 1-2-3 Magic Book Review: The Combined Family Book Review: Living in a StepFamily
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