As a parent you always have the right to contact your children after a divorce. Parents determine together what such an access arrangement will look like. What rights and obligations do you have as a parent if you choose co-parenting?
You may have heard of co-parenting before. It’s a well-known term when it comes to parenting after divorce. But what exactly does it mean? And what are the rules? We list it.
Co-parenting: the facts
A co-parenting arrangement is not laid down by law, which means that the rules as you lay them down in a so-called parenting plan are the rules that apply. It has been established that you are both responsible for the care and upbringing of the child, but this applies to any access arrangement with joint custody. We list a few facts about the co-parenting arrangement:
Co-parenting means that you share the care and upbringing of the children equally. So you see the child about as often, you are equally involved in the child’s daily life, and the child lives in two households.
Co-parenting is not laid down by law, so in principle the arrangement has nothing to do with parental authority or alimony.
A co-parental arrangement often does affect the amount of child maintenance: after all, you take care of the child about the same amount. The costs you incur can be divided according to capacity (the parent who earns the most pays more), by the number of care days (the parent who takes care of the child the most receives a fixed amount extra from the other) or equivalent ( each parent pays half).
If agreements about co-parenting have been laid down (for example in the parenting plan), you cannot simply change them.
As soon as children reach the age of 18, parental authority ceases, and with that often also the co-parenting arrangement.
Skin care for babies: the most important do’s and don’tsYour baby’s skin is as soft as silk and the scent of your baby is wonderful. Honestly, there isn’t even a better scent than that. Keep that soft, wonderfully scented skin so soft? You have to be very careful with that. Here are the most important things you need to know about your baby’s skin care.
You will be thrown to death with it: the finest skin care products for babies. But is all that really necessary? From ointments for all kinds of inconveniences to oils for the bath. Baby products have definitely passed some pretty strict requirements as a baby’s skin is incredibly tender. But there is still so much to find on the shelves, what do you really need for the skin care of your baby and what not?
1. Bathing is not necessary every day
As soon as you are pregnant , you will of course start reading various books about the baby. Of course everything goes on your own afterwards, but one of the things that are important to know when it comes to the skin care of your child is that your baby really does not need a bath every day. Even using a shampoo can be superfluous. Washing your baby with water should in principle be enough. Otherwise, at least alternate every bath whether you use shampoo or not.
2. Skin care without perfume
A baby’s skin is incredibly tender, so you have to handle it carefully. As delicious as some baby skin care products smell, it really is better to go for unscented ones. It is completely unnecessary, especially since your baby already has such a wonderful scent of itself.
3. Avoid sodium lauryl sulfate:
It is very important that you do not buy products with sodium lauryl sulfate. This is in baby shampoos more often than you think. The problem is that this fabric damages the protective layer of your baby’s skin and that’s exactly what you don’t want. Therefore, always check the packaging for the content of the product.