1. It’s not easy watching your kids all of the time. One way you can at least monitor if your kids are going online is by using a parental control program like Care4Teen.org shows. There are a number of different programs out there that do this. This particular system allows parents to work in groups to filter through Internet sites that are appropriate or you can setup a specific group for your kids. It monitors, logs, and allows you to block traffic to websites, etc…which as a parent can be comforting that you are doing what you can to keep your kids safe….and don’t have to have any sensitive conversations with them too soon.

  2. I work for a company that provides quick, secure, and accurate background checks for pre-employment purposes. Employers are always concerned about hiring the most qualified and most responsible employees. In this case, it’s to hire a babysitter to bring into your most person space, your home, and to care for the most important things in your life, your children. We can never be too careful when it comes to trusting our children in someone else’s care, and a background check is just another step we can take to protect our families. Visit http://www.fullsearch.com for more information.

  3. Another reliable childcare option is hosting an au pair.
    Au pairs are screened, trained, energetic live-in nannies from all over the world between 18 and 26 years old that provide up to 45 hours of childcare and light household chores per week in exchange for the opportunity to live with your family for 1 – 2 years and a weekly stipend.

    The total cost is about $340 per week, which makes it a very affordable option for parents with several children (compared to daycare or after-school care), and provides total flexibility when it comes to the schedule.

    Example: snow days! Your au pair is still at home to provide full-time childcare… I can answer questions, just contact me or visit my blog.

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