A journaling tool for separated/divorced parents

Tara - posted on 04/22/2009 ( 3 moms have responded )

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https://www.ourgreatkids.com/

HERE’S THE BEST WAY TO KEEP TRACK OF YOUR KIDS

Fast, simple and easy to use, Our Great Kids is a groundbreaking communication tool for separated or divorced parents. This unique diary will keep you involved when you cannot physically be with your son or daughter. Stay up to date with important appointments, exciting events and the daily behavior of your child.

Part journal, part organizer, this important book will allow both parents to participate in their child’s life together while remaining apart. Inside, you will find:

• Visitation calendars

• Emergency contact lists

• Vital medication charts

• Day-to-day journals for each one of your kids to write in

• Daily calendars

Communicate in a healthy way. Between hectic schedules and different household rules, you can successfully keep track of your child’s wellbeing, eating habits and every special experience!

www.OurGreatKids.com

This web site was made to help moms and dads who share custody, or have visitation, stay up-to-date on what goes on daily in their children’s lives—even when they are not physically with them. Here you can log into your child's own special page where you can upload pictures to share and create web based calendars to help you stay organized. Keep track of important dates with e-mail reminders and space to write some of the exciting things your child does—that the absent parent would love to hear about! While Our Great kids was created with separated parents in mind, grandparents and other family members can be invited to view your child’s special page too!



For more information contact Our Great Kids at

1-866-552-8885 or email ourgreatkids1@aol.com

Our Great Kids, LLC

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Kristina - posted on 08/02/2010

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This looks like it would be helpful. Wish it were a little less expensive though (or free!). Money is really tight when your a single parent and not getting any help from the other parent (as most don't).

Crystal - posted on 06/30/2010

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Definitely thinking of getting a years membership to this. My kids father and his family live in Ohio. The kids and I are in Texas. I don't get along with him too well so this would help let him know how the kids are doing.

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