Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner
Will Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner spend New Year’s Eve together with their kids? Pictured: Affleck, Garner arrive at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Mar. 2, 2014 in West Hollywood, California. ADRIAN SANCHEZ-GONZALEZ/AFP/Getty Images

Ben Affleck has been splitting his time between his ex-wife, Jennifer Garner, and girlfriend, Lindsay Shookus, in recent weeks.

Before the holidays, Affleck and Shookus have been spotted on multiple occasions together. In November, the “Saturday Night Live” producer was photographed house hunting with Affleck. Days later, it was reported that Shookus moved into Affleck’s New York apartment.

On Thanksgiving, Affleck reunited with his ex-wife and three kids, Violet, 12, Seraphina, 8, and Samuel, 5.

This month, Affleck and Shookus were not seen together as frequently as before because the “Justice League” star has spent most of his time with his family. On Christmas Day, Affleck was with Garner and their kids in Montana, according to People.

But he also made sure to bond with his girlfriend days after Christmas. On Wednesday, Affleck and Shookus dined at Nobu in Malibu. A day later, they ran errands in Los Angeles, according to the Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, New Year’s Eve is coming up, and it’s possible that Affleck will be spending the occasion with Garner and their children. Even though the couple has divorced, Garner and Affleck have agreed to co-parent their kids.

Last month, the “Batman” star told Today that he and Garner still share a special connection with each other. He also dished on their successful co-parenting techniques.

“You have to be on the same page. You have to cooperate. If you recognized that you both have the best interest of the kids at heart, it’s quite a special connection. We’re the only two people in the world who care this much about these three kids. We don’t always agree. I tend to be more permissive about video games, for example. I played video games when I was a kid,” he said.

Affleck added that he and Garner also have a different stand when it comes to their eldest daughter, Violet, having a phone at the age of 12. “Jen is not as supportive as I am of the phone. I feel like she should have it to be able to call or whatever,” he said.