“Out of six classes, one class was predominantly children of working moms. These women—10 of the 13 total—had asked for the exact same thing.”

“I quickly realized the issue: I didn’t have a community of women who were in the same situation as me, balancing work and family. I felt guilty that I struggled with “being in the moment” with my kids because I had other obligations that were top of mind. This was a constant issue, and I had nobody with whom I could talk about it.”
Read this article: Why I requested my son be placed in a class with other children of working moms

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Jennifer Labit is the founder of CEO.mom. She is also the CEO of Cotton Babies, Inc. Jenn created bumGenius, a world-leading brand of cloth diapers. She frequently writes about her evolving process of merging motherhood with full-time corporate and industry leadership. In addition to authoring content for this community, she also regularly blogs at jenniferlabit.com.