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You’re probably wondering what secret am I referring to by now huh?
I don’t think I would be very wrong by stating that learning to co-parent and deal with all the outcomes that come with sharing custody of your child with someone else, is one the HARDEST battles to overcome. This becomes even more difficult when the other parent doesn’t see things your way. Agreeing, compromising, sucking up one’s pride and ego are just some of the obstacles that have to be addressed.
So when one is faced with this battle, there is no wonder they try to discover the secret that can make seemingly impossible co-parenting and custody battles, possible.
Today, I am going to give you the answer to the secret stepmoms from all around are dying to know!
P.S. OFW= OurFamilyWizard
Whether you are divorced, separated, or never married, shared parenting has never been easier to manage. With OurFamilyWizard’s tools, you can document your parenting arrangements. Track parenting time, organize your family vital information, send messages, share journals, and much more.
Keep the focus on your children without putting them in the middle.
Children should never be used as messengers for their parents. OFW can help you to keep your children at the center of your shared parenting without putting them in the middle of the conflict.
Trusted by Family Courts through the United States and Canada.
OurFamilyWizard’s tools empower parents to reduce conflict, remove the “he said/she said”, and reach resolutions on their own. As a result, OFW is court ordered in contested cases throughout the United States and Canada.
Keep extended family in the loop with just the right amount of access.
Grandparents, step-parents, aunts, uncles, and other child caregivers need to be kept informed, too. OFW makes it easy to grant just enough access to keep these individuals informed without compromising information to be kept just between the parents.
Shared parenting can be improved by using the OurFamilyWizard website.
Shared parenting doesn’t have to be difficult. The right support and tools can help. OurFamilyWizard equips co-parents with a powerful toolset for managing shared parenting arrangements and family information across multiple homes. OFWcan even help with difficult situations where there is restricted parental contact, as in the case with orders for protection, restraining orders and no-contact orders. Protect your privacy and keep the other parent informed about your child.
OFW lets you track divorce communications, parenting time calendars, shared expenses, and more. Every page documents the last time each parent viewed it, and every entry is stamped with who made the entry and when. Access to your information is available from anywhere with the OFW mobile apps for iOS and Android. When you need to compile records for the court, OFW makes it simple to customize clear printouts and downloadable reports of your information.
FINALLY! A Realistic Guide to Putting an END to Bio Mom Drama!
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Creating a healthy and lasting relationship with the Bio Mom is SO important!!
If you are having trouble with this situation or want advice on how to handle anything to do with the Bio Mom, please see my new course where I show you EXACTLY how to put an END to Bio Mom Drama!
AND ALWAYS REMEMBER:
Try to ALWAYS find the positive in every situation, no matter how small it may seem to be!!!
Let me start by wishing you the absolute best of luck with your situation! This issue is tough but as long as both of you (Stepmom and Bio Mom) are acting maturely, the hardest obstacle is overcoming your ownpride and ego.
If you are finding yourself having a hard time with letting your pride go (a lot of us do, so don’t feel bad!) I urge you to “Let Go and Let God”.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not naive and I know not everyone believes the same(or in the same things) and that’s why I didn’t harp on that topic in the main section.
I do need to disclaim that my happy, blended family that exist today, would NOT EXIST, at all, without the Lord’s Love, Grace, and Direction.
It wouldn’t exist without A LOT of Prayers!!
Along with acting maturely, letting go of your pride and ego, and praying..you must use proper communication!!
If you’re having trouble being able to communicatePROPERLY, I highly recommend that you enroll in Imperfect Family’s course on communication in ANY relationship!
Nicole, the instructor of this course, really goes in depth on understanding the importance of communication as well as the proper use of communication.
This course goes through all the steps you need to overcome every aspect of any communication issues! You can see all the details and enroll in the course HERE.
The last factor we are going to cover on the topic of ending drama with the Bio Mom is simple and only one word…RESPECT.
I both you and the Bio Mom really want to make this work you both must show one another RESPECT! The same with your husband, your kids, your mom and so forth!
The bottom is if you want any relationship with anyone, to be successful…you have to show RESPECT for them! Forget the saying, you need to show respect to gain respect, in this situation. You NEED this relationship to work..even if the other one of you isn’t showing respect at first, always be the bigger person.
Do you have advice or lessons learned for Stepmoms on trying to create a coparenting relationship with the Bio Mom? I would love to hear from you!!
Are you the Bio Mom who has recently met the new or future Stepmom? How did it go? Do you have any suggestions for either the Stepmoms or Bio Mom readers, if so, leave them in the comment section below!