Even though it may only be the end of September, it is not too soon to begin planning your holiday custody schedule. If you have not already done so, this is very important to avoid any disputes with your ex that could mar the holidays for your children (and everyone else).
If you are a Radnor parent who is going through a divorce, you could feel pressured to allow you soon-to-be ex-spouse to have sole custody of your child(ren). They may argue that it will just be on paper, and you can still see them as often as you like. They may claim it will simplify doctor's visits or school affairs to have a single parent in the driver's seat for these decisions.
As you move through the divorce process, it's critical to do your part in keeping a balanced and healthy living environment for your children. They're going through a difficult time, too, so don't leave them to figure things out on their own.