SitterTree is committed to safeguarding the health and wellbeing of the families and sitters in our community. 25,000 COVID-FREE JOBS. . . AND COUNTING! For the safety of our community we require all families and sitters to follow CDC-recommended Safety Protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19: SAFETY AT EVERY JOB I will adhere to
Whether you need childcare while school is out or simply want a little time to yourself, enrolling your child in one of these 15+ camps for preschoolers in Atlanta is a great idea. Many parents don’t realize that there are summer camps designed especially for children under five years old. I started sending my son
Finally! Summer is here and babysitters and kids, alike, are ready to get outside. Good weather brings more opportunities for outdoor play. Whether pushing a stroller or riding bikes, the first step to a great Summer day is ensuring you are following these easy Summer Safety tips. Safety at Every Job Helmets: Kids should always wear
Want a way to show a mom in your life she is loved? Book a babysitter and give her some much-needed time to herself. Trust me, as a mom, there is nothing that would make me feel more loved than having someone offer to take care of the kids or arrange childcare. Just hearing the
From the moment you sign up, SitterTree is here to support you. Our coordinators remain informed about every member of our community so we can provide the highest quality of care when you need it. Whether you’re working with a SitterTree church, group or family, safety is our number one goal. Always reach out to
What happens when your child catches a cold? Is there child care for sick children? Schools and daycares have ramped up safety — including extra precautions when it comes to run-of-the-mill sick policies. Thus, when your kid gets the sniffles, you’re faced with a daunting challenge of finding alternative child care. “If I had a dime
With schools, parks, and recreational facilities closed, your role of provider or home maker has been expanded to include teacher, gym coach, cafeteria lady, and—sadly—classmate. The mental and physical energy required to balance work and home has increased exponentially.
Read how you can relieve some of the stress and get back to work.
MOMS, THIS IS OUR TIME. Don’t look back months from now and realize we didn’t take advantage of getting to know our children better while normal activities have slowed down.
Talking to your baby plays a key role in their development. Finding multiple ways throughout the day to talk, explain, and describe items to your baby can have significant positive effects on their language development. Talking to your baby while at home is an easy way to begin to build your baby’s vocabulary before s/he
Navigating Conflict and Fostering Forgiveness Parenting a household of boys provided me unique challenges. Every family is different and the way parents instill values and expectations in our children varies. My husband and I had two primary expectations from our sons: obedience and respect. Generally speaking, we operated that way. We usually allowed the boys