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Working Girl... With a Baby

Working Girl... With a Baby

You're being asked to choose between your baby and your career. (Not really, but that's what going back to work feels like to many new mothers.)

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Bringing Up Baby (While Working)

Bringing Up Baby (While Working)

Among the biggest challenges that a working mother will face is choosing the right caregiver for her child.

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It's Off to Work We Go

It's Off to Work We Go

Don't wait until your first day back to speak with your boss about your work situation.

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A Mother's Guilt

A Mother's Guilt

How is my child doing? Is he safe? Is he happy? Did I make the right decision? Would he be better off if I stayed home? You aren't the only one with questions like these swirling in your sleep-deprived mind.

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The Nanny Diaries

The Nanny Diaries

Establishing good communication with your child’s caregiver will help make your transition back to work that much easier. Though you may feel like checking in every five minutes via telephone, it may be more realistic to schedule one or two check-in ti

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