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Old 01-29-2013, 08:59 AM   #3
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Re: daycare providers -- how do you do it?

So I got to the free part and my head exploded. 40 hours a week for free? You're working a full time job for free. You are a saint.

I'm not a DCP but I will say that 3months is still very young. I think once the babe is 6 months or so and more mobile, can interact more, and sit up it will get better in terms of you not needing to be so hands on with that one child. You could use a bouncer, swing, exersaucer now in short bursts to give yourself a chance to interact with your own children more.

Good luck! I hope your brother appreciates your amazing generosity.
Kim, a doing what works for us mama to S (06/01), J (03/03), M (12/07) and S (01/11)

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