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Alana hatton

Meet Alana Hatton

Greetings, ladies! I’m thrilled to be among the new contributors to this awesome resource and excited for the opportunity to explore my writing skills in a more personal way, that as a new mama. My husband, Patrick, and I welcomed our first child on December 1 – a daughter we named Remy Lee. We didn’t […]

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Why Mothers Day Out is Worth it

If you had asked me three months ago if Mother’s Day Out (MDO) is worth it, I would have strongly hesitated before answering.  We have our battles.  For one, my daughter is now a human petri dish, bringing home essentially every illness known to mankind, to her, myself and of course, her newborn brother. Secondly, […]

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Saying Goodbye to Our Caregiver

We can all agree raising children is better with a tribe, a squad, a group, help, whatever you want to call it. For a majority of working American families that support system is inclusive of a full-time or part-time caregiver Monday through Friday. Finding said caregiver can be tough, especially before you’ve even birthed said child. […]

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1 Step to Find Your Next Babysitter: CareBooker

If you’re a mom, you know that finding reliable, affordable, and trustworthy childcare is overwhelming. Somehow that neighborhood sitter is unavailable, your go-to relative is busy, or you have a last-minute need for childcare, but no prospects to choose from. Or you’re going out of town and there’s nobody to watch the dog. Maybe you’re child […]

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