Being a mom is hard. Don't get us wrong: It's also one of the most precious gifts you can give yourself. But some days it sucks. And some days you need an MFin' break. And some days... some days you can get a lot of napping in during two episodes of Caillou.Read Full Story
Did you hear about the Minnesota mom who received an invoice for being a no-show at a wedding? Jessica Baker was invited to a "no kids allowed" wedding. When the best-laid babysitting plans fell through at the last minute, Jessica and her husband didn’t go. Two weeks later, she got a bill from the bride for $79.20, the cost of the herb-crusted walleye she would have enjoyed... you know, had she not been a dirty no-show.Read Full Story
When you first learn you're pregnant, the first thought running through your head is probably not "uh-oh, we should move!" But a new look at the best (and the worst) states to have a baby in might just send you running for a phone to call a moving company.Read Full Story
Booking a babysitter for the first time is no small feat. You'll laugh, you'll cry and you'll snap at your husband. You'll eventually decide on the right candidate based on irrational criteria that you vow to never share with anyone else.Read Full Story
Babysitting is a great way to make some quick cash while you're a teenager. I'm sure that's what 15-year-old New York City native Noa Mintz was thinking when she started her own babysitting business. However, I think she set her sights somewhat higher than having extra spending money for shopping. She took the simple idea of a babysitting network and turned it into a half-million-dollar company called Nannies by Noa in just three years.Read Full Story
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