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Transitioning back into a working mom came with a few obstacles.  Child care was the biggest one I had to overcome.  We no longer live close to family so searching for the right person to watch my only child with the schedule I have took plenty of patience and persistence.  I thought I was good to go.  I had a full time day care center for the week and someone else for the weekends.  What I didn't think of was who to turn to during unexpected times when either of those two options were not available. more

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Comment by The Sexy Single Mommy on August 4, 2012 at 5:05pm

     I am a retail store manager and had the same problem.  I had to find someone who had a 24 hour home day care because of hours.  I also had to find someone for weekends because I know that sometimes, the sitter would go on vacations, etc.  It is very hard to find someone that you trust with your child.

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