My daughter is 11 months right now her dad and I do not have any formal arrangement set up. This is something I am going to start working on. So what arrangment do you all have with your childs father? Every other weekend? A couple nights a week? Please share your experiences!View Thread
Hi everyone. Welcome to the new Single Parent Exchange. I created this as a place where we can post questions we may not be comfortable asking on other exchanges. I hope here we can discuss the struggles and joys of being a single parent. Please feel free to join and invite all single parents you know! View Thread
Yes I am on 9-12 months as well. I am hoping I can find some people to join this. They are just so many issues we can discuss like child support, dealing with the other parent, court/custody, every day living, dating (eventually!! lol). I don't feel comfortable posting about all of that on other boards as I don't think most can relate. If you know any other single moms please invite them!View Thread
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