We talked about child care options for the work at home leader. Besides your local daycare, Montessori school, and in-home care, there are other ways to find someone to come in your home and help you out with the kids (and the extra household things that are time consuming). I have found au pair programs to be very helpful for women who work at home because there is a lot of flexibility that comes with having someone available to you that works with your schedule. Sources include :
Culturalcare.com - Provides an exchange program offering the opportunity to work, study and travel in the USA. United States Department of State designated agency.
Aupairinamerica.com - Au Pair in America was the first legal au pair program to be designated by the US Government in 1986. For more than 25 years, we have provided the best child care opportunities to thousands of au pairs from around the world. For the time of your life, choose Au Pair in America!
Goaupair.com - Go Au Pair has been providing quality, child care for over 27 years. Beginning as a nanny company in 1984, Go Au Pair soon expanded to include Au Pairs and was one of the original Au Pair Program sponsors designated by the department of State in 1989.