The latest experiment coming out of modern divorces is the improbable practice called "birdnesting." It has been tried around the country, likely also in Ohio. Rather than having the children travel back and forth from mother's house to dad's house, and vice versa, the children stay in the family home after the divorce; it is the parents who will come and go. Part of the week, mother will live there with the children. The rest of the week, father will move in.
This is a great modification for the children, who don't have to experience the deep traumas of separation that normally occur after a divorce. When they don't leave the marital property and they have both parents on hand during the week, even though at separate times, the children generally don't go through the deep scarring experiences that are typically common. It is an ingenious innovation in that sense, but it also may be reserved only to the wealthier couples who can afford the extra expenses.