Readers who shared a nanny: how did the logistics of the nanny share work for you? Did you like it for your family?
It’s summer camp season, readers — how is that playing out this year for your family?
Ladies, what are your school options right now for your kids? What are the complications of those options? How is your employer (and your partner’s employer) supporting those options? (Do you feel like as a working mother you’re getting different messaging than working fathers?)
We rounded up a few virtual summer camps if you’re on the hunt — what does your summer camp situation look like this year, ladies?
What are you doing for childcare right now — and what are your plans for the summer? (Anonymous polls!)
Either before or during the pandemic, have you considered using grandparents as caregivers for your kids? If you’re doing it, how is it working for your family — and if you’re hesitating, what are your biggest concerns?
It’s the elephant in the room for working parents: when can your regular childcare system resume? Will you lose your spot/caregiver if you don’t keep paying? When have you socially distanced enough from your regular caregiver? Let’s discuss…
Do you feel like the bulk of the increased childcare/household tasks are on your shoulders as working moms? Do you worry the coronavirus quarantines will be bad for general equity in sharing parental duties?
Have you hired an au pair? Have you considered hiring one? We rounded up some working moms’ tips on how to manage au pairs, but what are your best tips on delegating, pros and cons?
A Silicon Valley CEO mom recently made waves with a job listing for a nanny that some people called “batsh*t crazy” — do you agree that she went too far?
What kinds of policies and procedures has your kid’s childcare center put in place to keep children safe?
A recent article called summer “a logistical and financial puzzle that’s driving parents crazy” — yep, sounds right. Let’s discuss… what are your solutions for summer childcare?