Write a list of everything you can possibly thing of: issues to be resolved, issues in your childhood you don't want repeated, anything/everything that comes to mind. You can go back through the list later and cross off umimportant ones, but you don't want to leave anything out now. Talk it over with friends and relatives, if they know about your divorce they probably have a ton of annoying things to say, which could turn actually turn into some good ideas. Remember to also think about the future, he's not always going to be six months old. You'll have to work, he'll have to go to school/daycare, who will be picking him if one parent works later. Also, just in case now it's a peaceful divorce, think of things that may arise if it gets to be a vicious one. What kinds of things will he try to pull and see what he can get away with. You never how he will change. Sorry so open, I'm a child of divorce and my mom got screwed.
at 6:30 PM on Dec. 9, 2009