Whether they are working or staying at home with their kids, most parents need to fall back on some help every now and then. That might be the day care center where their child attends full time or their mother-in-law who stays with the kids so mom and dad can go out to dinner.
To make those relationships go smoothly between parents and caregivers, Gabriella Johr, a mom of two and licensed clinical psychologist with Orenstein Solutions, says parents need to make some clear decisions on big topics such as discipline or house rules. And they need to make sure their children's caregivers understand those wishes. Parenting Tip: Helping 'the village" care for your kids
Johr offers some tips for parents and caregivers in this tip today. Watch my video interview with her for more.
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