Paying for childcare for one child can be expensive, so paying for two may seem impossible. So, how do twin parents make it work? Our panelists share their experience when it comes to daycare, nannies, au pairs and even babysitters.
The dreaded time has come when you have to find someone else to watch your child. With all the options out there, how do you determine what type of childcare is best for you and your baby?
Working with twins? Is it really possible? Not everyone can afford full-time childcare, so what other options do you have if the traditional model of full-time work isn't an option? Where should you look for jobs that are a little more flexible? How can you adjust your resume if you've been out of work for awhile? And what about the possibility of starting your own business?
Many new parents of twins and higher-order multiples are consumed with the cost of childcare. Au pairs provide quality care and flexibility at an affordable rate, all while introducing your family to new and exciting cultures. We’re chatting with two host moms from Au Pair in America to learn how their program can be a cost-effective childcare solution, especially for families with more than one child.
You're ready to put your child in daycare, or perhaps you just need to get away and hire a babysitter for a night. How do you do it without breaking the bank? We've got some great financial tips to help you better prepare.
Finding the right babysitter can be a daunting task for a new parent. How do you find the perfect person to watch your kids? How much should you pay them? And what advice do "real-life" babysitters have for first-time parents?