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How to have fun with your kids


Published: 17th January 2008 - Category: Children - Author: Lynne Bastow

Relax
Play
Laugh
Bake a cake
Build a den
Go for a walk in the woods

Do not mention…
divorce
solicitor
court
lack of money
your loneliness

Do mention…
their great spelling test result
how well they ride a bike
that you love them
that you like them

Put yourself in their place… swap roles… can you remember what it was like to be 7?

What did you think of your mum and dad? How would you feel if your mum stopped you seeing your dad? If your dad hit your mum? Remember it forever?

Life is about progress… aim to be a better parent…

Must go and make my son a tuna fish sandwich and check out his den!

Lynne Bastow Divorce Solicitor

Meet Lynne Bastow

With over 16 years experience, Lynne can provide excellent and valuable advice and has a friendly, positive approach towards all her clients, ensuring you get the best service possible.

Read Lynne's Books

If you need more information on divorce, Lynne has published two informative guides on divorce, which you can purchase from Amazon.

The Little Book of Divorce

The Little Book of Divorce

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The Little Book of Divorce Dilemmas

The Little Book of Divorce Dilemmas

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