How would your career as a new mom be different if you could:

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  • feel fully rested and energized every day?
  • have time to unwind after work and nurture yourself?
  • not have to tend to baby laundry and cleaning bottles?
  • have a romantic date night with your husband once a week?
  • have time to enjoy friends and invest in your passions and health?

Let’s face it, being a new mom with a full time career is demanding. You want to be able to be the BEST Mom AND professional you can be. You’ve just been through a major life change. Although joyful, caring for a new baby is nothing like you imagined it would be.

You want to be able to take a moment after work to just breathe and snuggle with your baby without all of the responsibilities of motherhood rushing at you as you walk through the front door.

You want to be able to connect with your husband and enjoy a romantic dinner without worrying about what chores need to get done.

You want to be able to get to work easily and on time with plenty of energy and focus to conquer the day.

Believe it or not, we’ve heard what you’re thinking many times before...

You might be like Sally, an exhausted super mamma wanna be:
“No matter how hard I try I CAN’T seem to keep all of the plates spinning and still have time for myself. I don’t see how it’s possible to wake up every 3 hours at night to tend to a crying baby and still be able to walk into the office fresh and ready to tackle the problems of the day. I come home exhausted to a hungry, crying baby just to do it all over again.”

Or maybe you’re like Ashley:
“I can’t imagine leaving my baby with anyone for a few hours much less for days. How am I going to be able to go back to work without constantly worrying if I’ve left my baby in the right hands? I know I’m going to need the help when I go back to work but I just don’t know how I’m going to be able to trust that my sweet baby is safely cared for.”

Or Katie:
“I never imagined that I would need help taking care of my baby. I feel so guilty thinking that I can’t do it all myself. I grew up with a mother that stayed home with us but I know that if I want to keep up in my career and be able to continue rising up the ladder and contributing financially for my family, I have to stay current in my field. Modern times are not like the times I grew up in. Today women can be a strong financial contributor and a great mom as well.”

We know where you are...because we’ve seen hundreds of women walk through our doors that were in the exact same position.

What's holding you back from getting the support you and your family deserve?

  • Are you afraid of trusting your baby with a stranger?
  • Do you think you can’t afford it?
  • Are you worried about choosing the right childcare provider?
  • Do you think you can’t find an easy solution?
  • Have you tried hiring a childcare provider before and just can’t seem to find the right fit?
  • Do you feel guilty about not being able to do it all yourself?
  • Do you feel directionless and like you have no idea who to ask for help?

We want to share with you that all of the above reasons, while very real and difficult, are not unique.

Being a new mommy can come with so many unexpected emotions. Feeling anxious about leaving your baby with someone new is natural. Fortunately, we have more than 18 years of experience placing childcare providers in homes for hundreds of families ensuring that you can trust us to help you find an excellent caregiver.

We know that investing your finances into a caregiver can be a big step for you and your family. Investing in support is one of the smartest financial choices you can make as it will help you continue to advance in your career, and spend quality time with your family while providing the care your baby deserves.

It seems like so many women have it all figured out, but they most likely have support you are unaware of. You may think you can be a super mom and do it all yourself. We understand the pressure of being a mother and a professional. When moms try to do it all, they find out that this approach doesn’t serve themselves or their family. You will never have enough energy to do it all well and will always be exhausted. Having support will give you the power to create a life for you and your family that runs smoothly and grows with ease and joy.