Questions To Ask A Child Care Provider & Tips for the Interview

One of the biggest stresses for me when I found out I was pregnant was figuring out who would take care of my child when I went back to work. I had several options to consider. I could send him to daycare, I could hire a nanny, or I could try to find a home care provider. Ultimately we decided…

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Using Pinterest for Workout Ideas While on a Business Trip

I travel quite a bit for work; at least once a month. As a working mama it can be tough to have the time and motivation to workout to start with, but add in travel and it can seem even more difficult; however, it’s important to me to try to maintain a healthy lifestyle (especially while I am on the…

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Choosing a Daycare as a First Time Mom

Childcare can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. This is something that I definitely stressed about, so I set out to find stories from real moms about their experience and advice for how they tackled childcare. You can read my story about home care here. Today, I am excited to introduce Emily from the twin blogging duo Forever…

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Why I’m Happy We Switched Our Toddler to Daycare

Childcare can be one of the most stressful parts of becoming a parent — it definitely was for me! There are many options available to parents. I wrote about my experience using a home care provider for Aiden. Today, Julie from Fab Working Mom Life is sharing her experience of switching her toddler to daycare from a live in nanny…

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Childcare Options for Your Baby: Home Care

One of the things I worried about the most towards the end of my pregnancy about bringing home a baby was what we were going to do with him when I went back to work after 12 short weeks! I believe this is something that a lot of moms stress about so this post with my experience using a home-based…

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