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Noa Arias
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  • New York, NY
  • United States
  • Cribsters Mommy Blog
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Jun 17, 2014
Noa Arias commented on Noa Arias's blog post 'The Hidden Benefits of Daycare'
"Thanks Debby! You have some amazing childcare experience under your belt."
Jun 16, 2014
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The Hidden Benefits of Daycare

I grew up with live-in nannies. Not many nannies at once of course, I’m not a Kardashian, but one nanny at a time over the course of my childhood. My parents both worked full-time jobs and needed someone around the clock to help take care of me and my brother. I loved my nannies, they were like family to me and I cried as each one of them left to be closer to their real families.So when it came time to make a decision for …See More
Jun 15, 2014
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Cribsters Mommy Blog
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http://www.cribsters.com/blog/
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I work in corporate America by day and am the co-founder of Cribsters.com by night. Cribsters.com is everything busy parents need to know about child care, including resources and peer reviews on 175,000 daycare, preschool and summer programs nationwide. I welcomed my first child, a girl, on New Year's Day 2013 and am expecting my second child end of July 2014. It's gonna get crazy up in here!
What is your blogging philosophy?
It's not so serious. Parenting is crazy and crazy fun, you need to laugh at it or else you will always be crying.
I have been blogging since...
April 2013

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The Hidden Benefits of Daycare

Posted on June 15, 2014 at 9:24pm 2 Comments

I grew up with live-in nannies. Not many nannies at once of course, I’m not a Kardashian, but one nanny at a time over the course of my childhood. My parents both worked full-time jobs and needed someone around the clock to help take care of me and my brother. I loved my nannies, they were like family to me and I cried as each one of them left to be closer to their real families.

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