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I've been working full time from home for about 2 weeks now - and it's not working . She takes so long to go down for a nap and then only naps for a short time, I can't get any work done. I was really hoping it would be easy to have her here with me but it's not. So I'm thinking about hiring a nanny for a couple mornings a week, at least so I don't get completely behind (and fired!).
For those of you look at childcare, how does a childcare provider handle an infant? Meaning, how do they get multiple little ones down for a nap? I've never understood that so I've never looked into it, but I may have to. Any advice?
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