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The Summer Child Care Challenge: Making It Work On A Budget

Summertime means fun and games — but that usually comes at a price. Between all the camps and lessons and babysitters needed to fill those summer days, costs can quickly add up. Indeed, the average cost of a weeklong day camp is $314, according to the American Camp Association (ACA... more

In-Home Care Vs. Assisted Living: What's Best For Your Family?

Adults don't all age the same way at the same time, so having an open and honest conversation with the senior in your life can help determine the best type of care to suit their needs. Two common options for seniors who require care are private, in-home care from... more

How To Interview Nannies For A Nanny Share

While most parents have completed job interviews in their lives, not everyone has been on the other side of the table. As the person tasked with finding the right applicant, it's important to be prepared and to stay organized. When interviewing for a nanny share, the stakes are even... more

Learn How To Craft A Great Nanny Share Contract

Setting up your nanny share was no easy task. Think about it: First, you found another family that wasn’t just interested in sharing a nanny, but is also one you like. Then, you went through the process of searching for and interviewing potential nannies. And you weren’t just looking for... more

Setting Up Your Nanny Share: The 10 Most Common Mistakes To Avoid

Care.com interviewed parents across the country to find out the biggest mistakes they’ve made when setting up their nanny shares. Read through their experiences and tips so you can avoid similar pitfalls. Mistake #1: Finding the Nanny First, Instead of the Other Family It's typically easier to hire... more

The 10 Best Family-Friendly Ice Cream Shops In Seattle

From ice cream and gelato to push pops, Seattle's frozen dessert options are endless.   Whether it's a long summer night or a rainy afternoon, enjoying ice cream in Seattle is always a good idea. During our warmer months, the sun doesn't set in Seattle until nearly... more

How Single Parents Navigate Summer Child Care Challenges

There are lots of things to love about summer: Warmer temperatures, beach days, and barbecues are a few things that come to mind. But, outside of vacations and long weekends, summer can also become a hectic and expensive time for parents - especially for single moms and dads.   According to... more

Massive Recalls Of Tyson And Chef Boyardee Products Due To Undeclared Allergens

Products possibly contain milk that wasn't labeled on packages.  Two giant food companies recently issued massive recalls for chicken and pasta products.  The Tyson Recall -- What You Need to Know Tyson Foods has started a voluntary recall of nearly 2.5 million pounds of breaded chicken that was... more