There are numerous factors that go into determining time-sharing with regard to formulating a parenting plan. These are in the parenting statute. They include, first and foremost, which parent is more likely to perpetuate the continued relationship between the children and the other party. That actually, that criterion appears twice in the parenting statute. Other criteria include the school and community record of the children, the relationship between the child and the parents, the respect of health and psychological condition, and the emotional and psychological health of each of the parents.