And sometimes it's part of the divorce decree not always but sometimes. But I would think that if they were divorced already and they didn't make a plan to keep her on the insurance then legally he can't do so. It's kind of on him.
The videos are a good way of engaging littles. Kinder is hard for them with all the changes going on and showing a video about the alphabet in a way that engages them or gets their attention is no different than when I had to listen to my kinder teacher sing the alphabet badly. Screech really. It wasn't engaging... but watching the spit on her stache was interesting. I was always boggled by that spit laddened mustache.
Viola I successfully breastfed two kids while being full time military. It can be done. Though you end up spending a lot of time hooked up to a breast pump. What I want to get across is that I don't think either one is harder than the other and yes they are really two different ways of life. The I do all that and have a job is probably based on guilt. Wanting to feel like they're giving their children as much of them as possible but still keeping up with their other...
Cats that's where I'm at. My partner and I are on equal footing because they're his kids too. We work together to get things done. I'm the one that works and he stays home, yet I come home and pitch in immediately. I couldn't imagine doing it any other way.
I think you should do the contract. It's very hard for some people to accept money. And even if it's not a big deal to you, it's a big deal to them. No matter what you say they will always feel weird about it. Give her some peace of mind and do a contract.