Kidless at the Holidays: A Survival Guide for Divorced Parents

From left, Alivia, Jenna, Marla and Jessica Miller. Courtesy of Marla Miller It is Christmas morning and the kids are bundling up to head out into the swirl of snowflakes and into your ex-spouse's new family fold. You exchange holiday ...Welcome to the world of divorced parenting at the holidays. It's confusing and lonely and even Santa gets tripped up trying to figure out where to deliver the presents.


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