The Weeks Top Parenting & Child Care News You May Have Missed - July 29th, 2016
July 25 - 29th, 2016: This weeks Child care & Parenting News you may have missed.
Single And Still Connected To Family — Lifezette.com article provides suggestions for single women to keep a connection to their family members.
10 Things Not To Say To A Mom Who Puts Her Kids In Daycare — Think before you judge a mother who decided to use daycare. Cosmopolitan.com article mentions that mothers are frequently inundated by discouraging questions and comments.
Why Sick Kids Are Causing A Childcare Nightmare — Childcare workers are fed up! Keep your sick kids at home. SunshineCoastDaily.com article reports that sick children are bad for everyone at the childcare center.
Holding Up Half The Sky: Women Speak Out On The Status Of Feminism In China — TakePart.com highlights that progress has been made in regards to equality for women in China. Many new laws have passed but much work remains.
Hillary Clinton’s Feminist Triumph — Hillary Clinton made history by winning the presidential nomination, but is she a champion for women and their struggle for equality? — TheAtlantic.com
The Real Reason Modern Marriages End — According to a Dailymail.co.uk article discusses a US research that shows that couples are more likely to divorce when the man does not work full-time.
Hillary Clinton Is Pushing The Radical Platform That Mothers Are The Most Powerful Leaders In The World - Quartz.com article highlights that Hillary Clinton has all of the qualities which will enable her to be a great American leader.
How To Determine What to Pay Your Babysitter? — Sitter.com helps you figure out how much you should be paying your sitter.
Why Are BabySitting Certifications So Important? — child care expert, Martha Scully, breaks down the benefits of babysitting certifications for you and your sitter.
How to Write The Most Effective Listing on Nanny Websites — The Customer Support Manager at Canada’s largest online self-serve nanny service explains how to write nanny job descriptions that attract the most attention from the best candidates.
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