While Daycares Shut Down, Parents Are 'Tired Of Being Tired'Nearly two years into the pandemic, working parents are wondering how much more they can take.
Parents Facing Childcare Crisis As 156 Sacramento Daycare Centers Folded During PandemicAs more people prepare to go back to work in person, there's growing concern about the lack of child care options.
Frosted Flakes For Dinner. Hiding In The Laundry Room. This Is Life For Single Moms Right NowAnticipating mommy shaming when she had to take her 5-year-old daughter with her to the grocery store, on her daughter's back MaryAnn Resendez taped a sign that read, "I am only 5. I can't stay home alone so I have to buy groceries with mommy. Before you start judging, stay back 6 feet."
California Governor, Lawmakers Wrangle Over Budget DetailsCalifornia lawmakers and Gov. Gavin Newsom broadly agree on a proposed $213 billion state budget that would spend more on immigrants and the poor by expanding tax credits, health care and child care.
California May Help Deal With High Infant Child Care CostsCalifornia may give between $25 and $35 million to child care programs statewide, in order held make daycare more affordable for families with children ages 0-3.
Thousands Of Families Struggling To Find Child Care In Sacramento; 'Future Vitality of Our City' At Stake?Twenty-two hundred people currently can't find care, and parents are forced to make the difficult decision whether to return to work.
Better Economy Leaves Working Parents Scrambling For Child CareThe booming economy is creating unintended consequences across the state, and working parents are having a hard time finding childcare.
Top Childcare While You Last-Minute ShopWhen searching for that perfect sweater for grandma, it’s only a matter of time before your preschooler starts hiding in the clothes racks. You can avoid the hassle by acquainting her with one of these drop-in play spaces that welcome children up to age 12.