I am going back to work after a few years haitus for pregnancy and childrearing. My daughter is now two and a half and we are getting into potty training. I have NO idea how to do this and be at work at the same time. Is this something my day care provider is expected to take over? ...Isn't that cheating, making my day care person toilet train my daughter?
I am also having MAJOR guilt about going back to work, so if you have any words of advice that would be great. We need the money, but we would be OK if I only worked part time...I am going back full time so we can pay off some debt and do some home improvement projects, you know, get ahead instead of living paycheck to paycheck. Anyway, thanks for your support. View Thread
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