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Finding the right childcare is a big deal, and it's no wonder -- is there anything more important than your child? Here you'll learn about the various types of child care, get advice on which is right for your situation, and find information to help you find the right person to take care of your toddler or preschooler.

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Yale Study Suggests Child Care Does Not Contribute to Spread of COVID-19

Finally, some good news for parents: Daycare centers using proper public health and safety measures are not associated with an increased risk of coronavirus transmission, according to a new study of more than 57,000 child care providers.

10 Gifts to Give Your Daycare Teacher to Show Them How Much You Care

Say thank you to your childcare providers with any one of these extra special gift ideas—for a year of extraordinary circumstances—sure to bring a smile to their face.

Many Child Care Centers May Have to Close Without Government Assistance

Approximately two out of five child care centers—and half of those who are minority-owned businesses—say they will close permanently without additional public assistance, according to a new report.

North Carolina Health Officials Report COVID-19 Clusters at Daycare Centers

The CDC outlined measures for daycare centers to safely reopen, specifying that sick children should stay home and urging providers to have plans in place for how to respond to outbreaks.
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Is It Safe to Send My Child Back to Daycare During COVID-19?

Daycares are reopening in states across the country and likely near you. But are they safe as COVID-19 cases still exist? Here’s what you need to know about the safety measures daycares are taking to protect your children.

How We Pulled Off the Perfect Nanny Share

I bumped into my pregnant neighbor while waiting to get an ultrasound and we decided to try a nanny share on a whim. Here are a few key takeaways from our successful nanny share that may help you.

Your Kid's Biggest Bath Time Problems, Solved By Real Moms

Whether you wash your kid once a day or once a week (no judgment here!), this advice will keep you both afloat in the bathroom.