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Mashonda Tifrere, Alicia Keys and producer Swizz Beatz aren’t the only celebrities who have this co-parenting thing down to the T. Christina Milian, ex-husband Terius “The-Dream” Nash and his wife Lalonne have such a positive co-parenting relationship, they did a small vacation together with their kids in Puerto Rico recently.

Christina shared an image of herself with Lalonne, who was holding onto her youngest daughter, with the caption, “I’m having a blast raising these crazy little siblings together with you. This friendship/partnership is truly a blessing.”

The-Dream also captioned a photo of his three daughters, including daughter Violet with Christina, Maverick with Lalonne, and Navy with ex-wife Nivea, enjoying bonding time by saying, “Girl Time! Live from Puerto Rico when your sister come visit you on a island! That’s love!”

Lalonne and The-Dream have been married since 2014 and share three kids. He and Christina were married from 2009 to 2011, and following their split, co-parenting was pretty contentious. Thankfully though, Christina told the ladies of The Real recently that they’d come a long way and found themselves in a good place, and to have a friendship with Lalonne was a bonus.

“We have a really great friendship, and that was the one thing that I dreamed of,” she said in May. “I knew our relationship didn’t work out, but my goal was to make sure that we had a good friendship going. Since then, everything has been really, really good. We manage to just travel back and forth. Sometimes I’ll bring Violet over there, maybe he’ll fly over here. She has a lot of siblings [laughs], so the siblings will come out here and come to see her. We make it work. The most important thing is our daughter and at the end of the day, what’s even better is we do have the friendship instilled. And he has a wonderful wife. I love his wife. I was literally just with them two weeks ago. I went to Atlanta and hung out with all of them. So we have a really cool friendship.”

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