When I found out I was pregnant with our fourth baby in seven years, I was quite sure I had it figured out. The kids were
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You can use my Family Needs Assessment form (FNA) to help you identify what you want and need, in both a practical and an
We speak to Brigid Schulte, author the New America Care Report, about the evolving role and cost of having a nanny. The report examines the cost, quality and availibility of child care across the United States.
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Parents, I can see where you are coming from. Truly, I can. Childcare is expensive. The idea of paying top dollar for someone to sit at your house while your child is sleeping can be difficult to swallow. But here's the thing -- your nanny/babysitter isn't doing "nothing" -- they are taking care of your child.
For many people, "hired help" is the only option to get any help at all. It is such a shame that it comes with a negative stigma attached. Is it really so wrong to ask for help if it's needed? The way I see it now is that my kids got the best of both worlds.
The local CBS TV station in New York City recently ran "The Nanny Attraction," ("Moms Taking Steps to Defend Families From