As a sahm, I don't use any regular childcare.
Pros: It's got to be cheaper than a daycare provider or nanny.
Cons: It's also less reliable than a daycare provider or nanny.
IMO it's too shaky an arrangement. This sort of set-up can work if your luck holds out. But if it doesn't, you could wind up getting canned for missing too many days of work.
I agree. If I woh ft, I would want a set and reliable dc situation.
Most of my friends who woh have kids in school now and they simply use before-after care during the week. Its nice because the kids are already at school and they dont have to be shuttled from the sitter to school to after care, etc. I think the other good option would be a live-out nanny.
When I woh pt, I had family care and while it was great for the most part, there were times when things fell through and I had to piece childcare together. I hated
"Now when I need help, I look in the mirror" ~Kanye West~
Funny you ask.
I am unable
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