Instructional: How to Prepare for a New Babysitter Wondering how to prepare for a new babysitter? You’ve come to the right place. Whether it is your first time leaving your kids or something you’ve done a hundred times, it can feel overwhelming to welcome a new babysitter into your home and your children’s lives. It
Finding time for a date night can be challenging when you’re a parent. SitterTree makes it easier than ever to spend some quality time with your significant other. The SitterTree App is the easiest way to safely book a professional, engaging babysitter whether you’re looking for a date night out or just want to get
OCTOBER 2021 – Anokhi P. SitterTree’s is known for our trusted community of local families and sitters. We love to celebrate the sitters, like Anohki P., who make SitterTree Atlanta’s #1 app for booking childcare. Congratulations, Anokhi, for being SitterTree’s October Featured Sitter! Anohki is not only a Favorite sitter for more than
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could curate the perfect Instagram feed? You could say goodbye to those Instagram accounts that turn you into a green-eyed monster or those that make you feel like you aren’t good enough. With all the time we spend on social media, we should do whatever we can to make
Moms know that family vacations are a bit of a myth. You don’t go on vacation when you have little ones. You go on a trip (and then you need a vacation after). That’s why I prefer to go on weekend getaways near Atlanta. By keeping trips within driving distance of Atlanta, I can pack
Spoiler: 2020 has been rough on families. But there have been a few bright spots.
Facebook Mom group feeds are filled with posts and comments regarding the next big decision for parents: to send kids back to school or keep them at home for virtual schooling this fall. The decision is agonizing. Moms (and kids) long for some semblance of normalcy while weighing serious health decisions about safety. To further
In the week since Fulton, Dekalb, Gwinnett, and Cobb County schools announced they would start the year virtually, Atlanta Facebook mom groups surged with private tutor requests—at top dollar rates— and threads on how to grapple with mounting anxiety. After hearing about the closures, one mom lamented: ‘I had to go for a run and
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.