We're really excited about being able to help co-parents. Parenting can be hard enough without having to organize life between two homes, or more.
(PRWEB) March 21, 2012
Planning, organizing and communicating for coparents can be time consuming and stressful. TwoHappyHomes.com is an online resource that is dedicated to providing coparents a place where they can come together to solve everyday parenting issues. It is a secure, easy-to-use, neutral place for parents to communicate and organize information. Parents can save contacts and medical information, keep a common calendar of events and schedules, track finances and expenses, store essential documents, and send notes to each other via messaging.
Traci Whitney, founder of Two Happy Homes, is a designer and mother of three. After she went through a divorce, she searched to find a co-parenting resource to better communicate with her coparent. She says, “I really thought there would be a good solution available to help us. There wasn't, and I knew it was something that I could create, and help other people like me."
Not only does Two Happy Homes offer the convenient resources that coparents need to be successful, they also offer valuable support and advice. There is a Community section where coparents can reach out to their peers to form connections and create friendships. In the Expert Advice section seasoned experts write on topics relevant to co-parenting, divorce, finances, and more. Their first featured Expert is Dr. Leah Klungness, of Singlemommyhood.com, who writes about 5 Essentials Steps to Successful Co-parenting.
Two Happy Homes is the first co-parenting website to offer its members the choice of either a Free or Premium membership. To celebrate the launch of the site, TwoHappyHomes.com is offering Premium memberships at $1 a month per co-parent. This offer is available for a limited time only, by entering the code launch2012 during sign up.
Whitney also says, "We're really excited about being able to help co-parents. Parenting can be hard enough without having to organize life between two homes, or more. I know where our members are coming from, I've been there, so it's important to me to help make their lives just a bit easier every day."
Divorce is tough, but co-parenting doesn't have to be. Visit TwoHappyHomes.com and find out more about how this resource can help coparents and stepfamilies.