- Published on Friday, 29 March 2013 11:58
Valuable Safety Lessons for Kids
By Sara Stringer
Like most families, keeping your kids and home safe is a primary concern. It doesn’t matter if you live on one of the safest blocks in the city, no neighborhood is immune to theft. In fact, many burglars target quiet communities. From the burglars viewpoint, the people who live in these communities are more likely to let their guards down. Residents may leave their car doors, windows and front doors unlocked, making it easy for a thief to enter the home.
- Published on Friday, 04 May 2012 10:49
Submitted by Christina Appleworth
Deciding between a live in nanny and an au pair means weighing up how much work you expect them to complete, as well as considering the important differences between their respective roles.
- Published on Wednesday, 14 March 2012 07:16
10 things I learned as a nanny (kids are 7-years-old and under)
- Published on Monday, 30 May 2011 07:28
Submitted by Candi Wingate
You are preparing to hire a new nanny. What expectations should you reasonably have for your nanny? How should you communicate those expectations to your nanny? How should you implement and reinforce your expectations?
- Published on Monday, 01 August 2011 13:02
Submitted by Kelli Suchy
I am both an Adoptive Mom and for the past 5 years have worked to help other couples and singles navigate the process and steps to adopt successfully in the U.S. As someone who has both the BTDT experience personally and has helped numerous people through the steps from thinking about adoption to being placed with a baby, here are the basic steps laid out for you.
- Published on Tuesday, 12 April 2011 09:49
Earlier today I wrote a post about my near-rape experience, as a youth. I have another post to write now; this one is going to be far more emotionally draining. I'm mustering up my nerve, though, and will fight through the tears to get this story told.
Please note: This story is based on my memories. Other people involved in this story may have a different viewpoint. This, however, is how I remember things...