A reliable babysitter who your baby loves is priceless. Learn how to find a babysitter, what questions to ask, and more.
UrbanSitter's new 2017 survey reveals some interesting stats about how much parents across the country are paying for in-home child care.
Helpful tips for finding a great sitter for your little one.
With a little preparation, stepping out doesn't have to be a leap of faith.
An insider's guide to choosing a high-quality program for your child.
The pros and cons of having your mom as baby's caregiver.
Hear some funny -- and some not-so-funny -- babysitter stories from other moms.
Who better to care for your child? No need to check references, and the price is right! But consider a few things before asking a family member to be your chief babysitter.
If you feel like finding the perfect babysitter rivals the most dramatic dating show ever, you're not alone.
The What's Up Moms love their babysitters, except when... they don't. Do you recognize any of these annoying babysitter behaviors?
It's not uncommon to fear baby's attachment to another woman.
Have you updated your emergency contact info lately?
More grandparents than ever before are caregivers for their grandchildren. Before "Nana" becomes "Nanny," watch our video for some pointers.
Need to go back to work after maternity leave? Here's how to find the best child care for your baby or toddler.
When friends told one mom it was "dangerous" to hire a male babysitter, she took to Reddit to ask for a second opinion.
This mom's video hilariously shows the difference between dropping off her first child at Grandma's vs. her third.
In-home care, in which your child's caretaker comes to your home, is in many ways the most convenient for parents. In-home sitters range from trained nannies, who may have training in child development and first aid, to women who, although not trained formally, have had many years' experience caring for children, including their own. Or you might opt for an au pair, a young person, usually a woman in her early twenties, often from abroad, who lives with your family.
All moms want their kids to be in good hands when they're out, but second-time moms (or third, or fourth...) require a little bit less than newbies when it comes to babysitters.
You'll appreciate the creativity this sitter showed in order to keep Baby close while she made herself lunch.
Here are the top no-nos parents don't realize they often make.
All new parents can relate to the lengthy list of instructions this new dad emailed to his son's first babysitter.
The only thing standing between you and a great night out is a baby-sitter you can trust. Here's how to find one who will put your mind at ease.
Hiring a caregiver? Don't fret--there are some great babysitters out there. Here are 15 pointers to help you find the one who's right for you and your child.
Free babysitting?! It's possible in a cooperative. Here, the biggest challenges and advantages to setting up one in your community.