- Brittany Gray
Spring Break Week
Spring Break week is welcomed in many homes as a nice break from the cold, dreary days of winter. It is an uplifting, reenergizing time often spent outdoors or on vacation.
In South Carolina, Spring Break visitation is often alternated on a yearly basis between the parents. Assuming both parents live nearby, they would alternate spring break week on even and odd years. In situations where one parent lives further away, like out of state, the out-of-state parent often receives Spring Break every year since that parent does not get as much visitation time during the school year due to travel time cutting into the child’s school schedule.
Regardless of your custody visitation schedule, make the most of your Spring Break.
If you have the kids this Spring Break, enjoy the quality time and make new memories. Here are a few suggestions:
The beach is always a good idea. But if you want to avoid crowds, try camping.
Visit a local museum and ice-cream shop.
Spend a day making crafts.
Enjoy a movie night and set up an in-home theatre.
Visit a state park and take a nature walk.
For additional ideas, check out this article.
If the kids are with Dad this year, enjoy the break from your typical routine. Take time to recharge, focus on yourself, and rest. Here are a few suggestions:
Enjoy a spa day.
Organize and spring clean the house.
Read a book from your wish list.
Treat yourself to a shopping spree.
For Mom self-care ideas, check out this article.
If you would like to discuss a custody holiday visitation schedule for your kids, contact The Women's Law Center for a consultation. You can reach us at 864-707-1111 or feel free to send us a message.
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