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September 23, 2008

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Jenna

I work at home and take care of our ninth month old son. Your post inspired me to think about ways I can make my work even more kid-friendly. Right now, I'm doing a lot of writing and teleconferencing, which is hard for him to tolerate -- he wants my attention. Maybe when he gets older he'll be able to play nearby while I'm doing some writing? But I'm also thinking about ways of shifting my business a bit. Thanks for the inspiration.

Dhipanee Mayes

I just stumbled onto your site and found this article. It is wonderful to see other women in my situation. I own a restaurant, and it has been a second home for my kids ever since they were born. We are a small family owed business and our staff tend to stay for lengthy periods of time. So needless to say, my kids grow quite attached to some of my employees and are quite sad when they leave. They are 8,10, and 11 years old now and it's incredible to see how much they know about the restaurant business. The jargon and the daily hustle are all so familiar to them. Now a days they help seat customers, bus tables, host, answer the phone and make drinks. It has been a wonderful experience for my kids.

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