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When Josh Lucas and ex-wife Jessica Ciencin Henriquez split in 2014, they agreed to disrupt son Noah’s life as little as possible. That’s why they embarked on a new style of co-parenting called “bird’s nesting,” where Noah remains in one home all the time and his parents rotate who lives there with him.
“It’s a concept that’s fairly new, particularly in the psychology of raising a child in divorce,” says Lucas. “And the idea is, it’s really not the child’s fault that you got divorced. It’s your fault and therefore it should not be the child’s problem to go back and forth between two different homes.”
Lucas calls the arrangement “interesting” and says it can be tough at times, but he believes it’s the best for Noah.
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