Full Custody Dad’s Tips & Blog

Planning The Perfect Backyard Birthday Party For Your Kids

Planning The Perfect Backyard Birthday Party For Your Kids

Planning a birthday party for your kids can be tough. Their tastes change so quickly and it’s easy to go wrong and plan a birthday party that they don’t like. You also have to consider the cost of a birthday party as well because not everybody can afford to hire a place out and plan an extravagant party.

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4 Tips for Parents Going Through Divorce

4 Tips for Parents Going Through Divorce

Going through a divorce is a difficult time for any family. And no matter how amicable the separation, it will be tough on your kids. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to make it as pain-free as possible, eliminating any confusion and worry. Here are some top tips to help any parents going through a difficult divorce.

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Don’t Nice Your Way Out Of Happiness

Don’t Nice Your Way Out Of Happiness

It’s unfortunate when relationships come to an end and even more so when marriages fall apart. As a husband, you may be wondering what kind of deal you will get if you were to take the plunge and start divorce proceedings. The sad reality is, it’s going to be raw. That is of course if you were to take the proper measures that will ensure you will get a fair hearing.

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My Favorite Top 100 Family Board Games

My Favorite Top 100 Family Board Games

As parents of three kids, we have over 100 different types of board games we have played throughout their lives. We have played every kind of family game imaginable from the simplest Candy Land to the hardest Trivia Pursuit. So often we recommend and even loan out different games to friends and family. So today I have made a list of my favorite top 100 family board games we have played with the kids. Enjoy!

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Why Kids Need You to Celebrate Good Friday and Easter

Why Kids Need You to Celebrate Good Friday and Easter

But now more than ever, kids need you to celebrate Good Friday, Passover, and Easter. Its more than just the tradition, its a time to explain the true meaning of Passover. Passover relates today to our worldwide fight to overcome Covid-19. The Meaning of Passover goes back to when Moses instructed God’s people to leave Egypt after overcome the plagues of that day. The Israelites prepared a special meal, slaughtered a lamb, and put the blood over the doorway to have a death plague PASSOVER their home.

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Why Now is the Time to Work on Your Custody Case

Why Now is the Time to Work on Your Custody Case

I prepared about 1000 hours for my final court hearing. That’s about two-hours a day, five days a week, for 100 weeks or two years! If you are looking for something to do while you are spending a month at home “social distancing,” consider not binge watching the Marvel series but instead working on your custody case. Below are 10 elements you can be doing at home to prepare for your final court hearing.

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The “Onward” Value of a Father in a Kid’s Life

The “Onward” Value of a Father in a Kid’s Life

“Onward” is a tough story of two brother, Ian & Bartley, who on Ian’s 16th birthday begin a quest for magic to bring back their deceased father for one single day. As the story opens, Ian is a shy, skinny kid who is missing a father he never knew. On his birthday, he is hoping he’ll have the courage to change his life and begin checking off a few goals.

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Mark This Time as Special Time With Your Kids

Mark This Time as Special Time With Your Kids

Even if you have equal custody or shared parenting, there will probably never in your life be this much time spent at home with your kids. Think about it, most of the time you are working outside of the home, your kids are rushing to a birthday parties or baseball games. But right now, right this second in April of 2020, everybody is home. Nobody is in school, and hopefully you are working from home as well.

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Covid-19 is not the Time to Fight with Your Ex

Covid-19 is not the Time to Fight with Your Ex

For most of us alive, we have never seen a worldwide pandemic like we are all witnessing with Covid-19. It is overwhelming in comparison to even to the feelings felt on September 11th. I remember traveling shortly after that crisis. People were nicer, traffic merged easier, and passengers from different rows in airplanes introduced themselves with respect and courtesy.

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