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Co-Potty Training Your Child (Guest Post by Suzanne)

It's been a long running joke among my working mom pals that you finally see a return on your investment at day care when they help potty train your child. I think more parents might start paying a few hundred dollars a month if they only knew that … Continue Reading

Best of Both Worlds (Guest Post by Jen M.)

Jen is our guest interview on Moms @ Work (Part 3) - #13! Make sure you listen to her interview and check out the giveaway of one of her products! You arise at 6:30 in the morning and start the coffee pot and your computer before the rest of the … Continue Reading

You do what?? (Guest Post by Shaina N.)

I have the best job in the world. No, really. I do. Before I was born, my Mom worked as a nurse. When I came along, she decided to stay home with me. Except she needed a little extra income to add to my Dads paycheck. So she and her mother banded … Continue Reading

Full Time Career and Full Time Mom (Guest Post by Jen S.)

From daily routines to child care and potty training, Jen covers it all in this guest post! With three kids, she's had many different work schedules and decided what works for them. I am the Executive Director of Practice Management at Aultman … Continue Reading

Daycare (Guest Post by Kristine C.)

First I must make a confession… I’ve only stepped foot in a day care once. My family has been lucky enough to have a sitter. When I went back to work after having my son, Kaden, we worked out a schedule where I would work three ten hour days. So … Continue Reading

From One Working Mom to Another…(Guest post by Lindsey S.)

Lindsey was our guest interview on Moms @ Work (Part 1) - #11. We loved having her on the show and we know you'll love her post today! The alarm goes off, but you're sure you just laid back down 5 minutes ago. You glance at the blackberry by your … Continue Reading

Working Mom (Guest Post by Kristine C.)

When I was a little girl I dreamed of being a stay at home mom. My mom stayed home with all her kids and now she watches my cousin’s child. Every time you would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up, my answer was always a mommy. Fast forward … Continue Reading