It's not exactly conventional, but Brooke Mueller's arrangement - drug rehab during the day and taking care of her kids at night - does the job.
At least a judge felt that way when denying Charlie Sheen's bid for full custody of their children and leaving their custody agreement in place.
The custody judge ruled she's still able to take care of her twins per the deal struck with Sheen - with help from an army of nannies, of course.
The judge did make one change in the agreement. Both Brooke and Charlie must submit to random drug testing weekly, more frequently than before.
Also factoring into the decision not to award full custody to Sheen? The fact that we're talking about Charlie Sheen here. Brooke has a lot of leeway.
Judge Hank Goldberg was well aware Brooke had relapsed, but was equally disturbed by Charlie's drug abuse and the fact that he brags about it.
Goldberg also felt Charlie's parenting skills - or lack thereof - did not warrant a change. Brooke's lawyers raised issues of domestic violence, too.
From what we can tell, no new allegations were made against the actor, although you don't have to look too far back in order to find some.