Despite Britney Spears' blog proclaiming that Sean Preston and Jayden James will be joining her for her Circus tour, Kevin Federline's camp insists no deal is done.
"We are working toward that," K-Fed's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan said.
"There can be an agreement reached in probably the next day, but there is not an agreement that is signed at this point," he added.
Mark Vincent Kaplan says they are still hammering out the finals details, but the basic agreement will allow Britney Spears to see her two sons on "pretty much the same schedule that she has now," which is around three days a week.
The FedEx man will travel with the kids to certain tour "bases" - big cities where Britney will stay with S & J in between concerts in the vicinity.
Kevin Federline "is working to make [Sean Preston and Jayden James] accessible by going to various central locations in various areas of the country."
'He is doing that because he wants her to be able to have the maximum positive environment around her to assure the tour will be successful," says Kaplan.
The $4,000 per week Britney is offering probably helps.