But today the judge allowed the fallen pop star expanded visitation rights to see Jayden James and Sean Preston -- three days a week of supervised visitation and a visit on Mother's Day.
Mark Kaplan, attorney for Kevin Federline, said the court was "pleased with the progress that seems to be occurring" with Britney Spears since her father took over conservatorship of her affairs.
"...The children are doing great --- that's the key," he said.
Britney's attorney had no comment other than a thumbs-up for reporters outside of the courthouse. The next progress hearing in the misguided custody case is scheduled for June 15.
And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .
SheKnows is making some changes!