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Easy tips for mindful parenting

By SitterTree / January 8, 2023 / 0 Comments

Mindfulness may seem like a buzzword, but this centuries-old practice can bring joy to your parenting journey.    Practicing mindfulness has scientifically proven benefits to enhance our relationships-with others, with ourselves, and with the world around us.  UC Berkeley author Jeremy Adam Smith writes, ‘Mindfulness is linked to better relationships with our kids. Studies have

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The Best Places to Take Photos with Santa in Atlanta

By SitterTree / November 29, 2022 / 0 Comments

The Best Places for Photos with Santa in Atlanta, Christmas 2022   We’ve rounded up the best Atlanta locations to take family photos with Santa. Check out these photos with Santa events across Atlanta for Christmas 2022.  Don’t forget: Any photo with Santa is a win! If you’ve got a screaming, beet-red kid-consider it a

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How To Provide Child Care At Georgia Preschools

By Kayla Rumpfeldt / November 4, 2022 / 0 Comments

With a DECAL Badge, you can make $150+ per day as a substitute at Georgia preschools and early learning centers.   Earning a DECAL Badge takes your child care to the next level. It clears you to provide child care in professional settings at preschools and early learning centers in Georgia.   If you want

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No-mess, fall activities to do at home with your kids.

By SitterTree / October 18, 2022 / 0 Comments

Top Ten No-Mess Fall Crafts and Activites A crisp breeze is in the air, the leaves are turning, PSLs are on repeat and…your kids are still making a dang mess in your personal autumn paradise.    Here are our favorite fall activities and crafts to keep your little ones engaged-without all the clean up fuss.

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Is A Babysitter Subscription Plan Right For You?

By SitterTree / October 11, 2022 / 0 Comments

Discover the benefits of Sitter Pass Sitter Pass is SitterTree‘s monthly babysitting subscription. If you book more than one sitter each month, it saves you money.  A Sitter Pass subscription allows families to book unlimited sitters for a flat rate of just $30/month. With a standard SitterTree membership, booking fees are $20/sitter. That means after

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Best Practices in Church Child Care

By SitterTree / September 20, 2022 / 0 Comments

We sat down with Ashley Grandchamp, Director of Nursery Ministry at Peachtree Church, to discuss best practices in church child care.   Providing child care at your church is a commitment, and there are simple and effective ways to make it a smooth, memorable experience. Watch the video of our live conversation with Ashley, where

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Finding Reliable Child Care Just Got Easier

By SitterTree / September 12, 2022 / 0 Comments

Sitter Badges Are Tools You Can Trust You’re on the search for your new favorite babysitter. At SitterTree, we know your family has its own unique needs, so we created Sitter Badges to make finding that dream sitter a cinch. Sitter Badges are easily identifiable icons on your provider’s profile. Sitter Badges show off a

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How to Budget for Child Care

By Jennifer Curry / July 26, 2022 / 0 Comments

How to Budget for Child Care Is the high cost of child care holding you back from living your best life?  Are you hesitating to go back to work, grab tickets to a concert, or make reservations for a date night because you can’t stomach the budget for child care? You’re not the only one. 

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Featured Father – Kirk Stafford

By Jody Stephenson / June 15, 2022 / 0 Comments

Kirk Stafford – father of two – and Brittany, his wife, have been using the SitterTree app for the past 7 months. “SitterTree has given my wife and I the opportunity to go to last-minute concerts, Braves games, or date nights without having to plan weeks in advance, all while feeling 100% comfortable and secure

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Can’t Miss Summer Concerts Near You

By Jennifer Curry / June 1, 2022 / 0 Comments

Photo Cred: DailyHive.com When the world shut down in 2020, it brought concerts to a screeching multi-years-long stop. And I was heartbroken. In December 2019, I purchased a pair of tickets to take my mom to see Reba McEntire – a bucket list item for both of us – for a summer concert in 2020.

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