by a Classified staff mom of a college student son and a 4th grade daughter Has anyone seen today’s article in the GT? Childcare rates have increased with the state regulations and yet the wages have not. How are we to choose between our child’s welfare and making a living? When will society start putting [...]
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by a professional faculty mom of 2 year old daughter, 4 year old son My husband and I rarely have date nights. For one thing, we’re both so busy that neither of us thinks about it ahead of time until we’re in the moment that says “oh good god, get us out of this house!!!” [...]
Written by a Graduate Student Mom of 4 year old daughter, 18 month old son The other day I was speaking to one of my professors. He informed me that his wife had just had their first baby. I congratulated him on the new addition to the family. We commenced with the typical talk that [...]
By a professional faculty mom of 2 year old daughter: I was sitting in a meeting at work the other day and my cell phone rings, I look at the caller i.d. and it says “Child Care.” The first thought in my mind is sh** there goes the rest of my day. We all know [...]
You know you’re a working mom when you’re eating dinner sitting on the toilet while your toddler takes a bath. We’re not talking a home-cooked, healthful meal either – more like a tamale (and by tamale I mean warm cardboard with the faint hint of real food) from Costco you scrounged from the back of your freezer and reheated.
Here in the basement of Kerr, in the office of Childcare & Family Resources, we hear stories. Weird, heartwarming, horrific, sad, and stories so funny they draw in a crowd. We think you need to hear these stories. You need to know of the single undergraduate student with two kids. You need to hear about [...]