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For traveling moms, dads, and parents who have to travel internationally or domestically for work with a baby, infant, toddler, or small child, advice and tips can be found on how to find child care for baby while traveling, hiring a nanny for travel with a baby, feeding and breastfeeding or pumping for a baby while traveling, and explorations on how life is when traveling internationally or domestically for work with baby.

32 Months and Counting of Breastfeeding, Pumping, Traveling, and Working

32 Months and Counting of Breastfeeding, Pumping, Traveling, and Working

Before I gave birth to my babies I always planned on exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months, and I also planned on nursing until they were at least age two or beyond, depending on when they felt they were ...

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Fancy Hands Virtual Assistants: A Great Help for Busy Traveling Moms and Dads

A friend of mine a couple of months ago was trying to find wedding venues, but she was too busy with her international work travel.  She told me about this great online service, Fancy Hands, that was helping her research ...

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Gearing Up for a World Tour with a Newborn and Toddler

Gearing Up for a World Tour with a Newborn and Toddler

Every time I travel for work with my toddler there are usually tears involved (on my part).  I usually swear each time that I’m done working- it’s just too hard being a traveling working mom.  But yet I keep doing ...

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Preparing to Leave My Toddler Home For a 10 Day Work Trip

Preparing to Leave My Toddler Home For a 10 Day Work Trip

My husband and I are both leaving to Pakistan in about a week.  We’re working together on the same project there (let’s hope our marital bliss will see us through to the end of the project!).  We decided that this ...

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An Inspired Note on Women’s Pay Equity after Being Uninspired by Obama and Romney

As a working middle class mom who lives the struggle of balancing work with family, I was disappointed by what I saw as short-sighted responses by both Obama and Romney on this past Tuesday night’s debate.  When asked about equal ...

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I Wish I Were Homeward Bound: Two Weeks Away From My Toddler

For the past three weeks I have been in Nicaragua for work.  Originally my husband and my 22 month old toddler came with me, as we generally always travel as a family whether my husband or I are traveling for ...

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Nanny for travel?

Nanny for travel?

We primarily travel with our toddler because our work takes us to different parts of the world.  Often, both my husband and I are both working and we need childcare.  This has been a challenge at times, especially when we’ve ...

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Pumping in Paraguay: I want to work close to the farm, too!

Pumping in Paraguay: I want to work close to the farm, too!

Please visit Project Eve to read my blog, Pumping in Paraguay: I want to work close to the farm, too! My blog is featured today, April 2nd, where I discuss one of my experiences struggling as a new breastfeeding mom ...

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Recognizing the Work of Mothers on the Heels of International Women’s Day

Recognizing the Work of Mothers on the Heels of International Women’s Day

On the heels of International Women’s Day, I want to take a moment to honor my sister-in-law, Jyothi, for the incredible woman and mother that she is.  She is the backbone of her household, and without her nothing would function, ...

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Hey Non-Traditional Working Mommas, Check Out Project Eve

I stumbled upon a new online social networking community, Project Eve, which is getting ready to launch in March.  Their tagline is “Redefining the Traditional Workplace” and is geared towards providing a social networking community to support women leaving traditional ...

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