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<p>I recently had the privilege of being invited to<a href="http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/front-kids-juju-swears-lee-14573482" target="_blank"> </a>ABCnews.com "Moms Get Real" segment to discus swearing and children. This topic really got me thinking especially as my oldest enters the world of school as I’m sure many of your children are also doing.</p>
My husband, kids and I are very blessed to have many grandparents in our lives. My parents separated when I was very young so add in some of my step-parents and you have basically doubled the grandparent pool. This can be amazing at times but also incredibly complicated when a new baby arrives. I am asked frequently about how to manage visiting grandparents around the time a new baby is born
Finding childcare for your children is both one of the most important decisions you will have to make as well as one of the hardest. Whether you work out of the home or in the home (I believe stay at home moms work too, we are all working moms in one way or another) and you decide a Nanny is the right childcare choice for your family, I have compiled a list of thoughts I hope will help you navigate through the interview process as well as help you deal with any potentially difficult situations and ultimately find the best Nanny for you and your children.
Taking the Chore Out of Chores (It's Possible, I Promise!)
Seventy-two percent of American parents don't have their kids to do chores—many of them saying it's too hard to get them to pitch in. Here's how to fix that.