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And let’s not forget my 18-month-old, who while typical, has learned to unlock doors and make a break for it, especially when nobody’s looking.
When we relocated from NYC to Houston in 2014 we left everything familiar behind — family, friends, mass transit, grocery delivery — and entered a new world that involved Walmarts, lawnmowers, minivans and babysitters.
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The kids have a blast together and you get to have time with your spouse (and a houseful of crazy kids). Here are a few ideas to get you thinking: The important thing about a date night at home is that you have to be sure that you really do it.Here are some ideas that you could barter with for babysitting. Some of them would be especially great for high school or college students. We didn’t have any family for a thousand miles during law school, so I know what it’s like not having any family close. Most grandparents and aunts and uncles are more than willing to babysit their grandchildren/nieces and nephews free of charge as long as they don’t feel like you’re taking advantage of them. For example, if you have four families involved, each couple would have one Friday a month where they would watch all the kids of the four families. Put your phones away, turn the computers off, and give 100% of your attention to your spouse. If you’re like me, you’ve probably felt at one time or another that you don’t measure up or you’re doing it all wrong.Then on the other three Fridays of the month you would have a kid-free date night. Honestly writing and brainstorming about this right now has me really excited for a date night at home. ) If you’ve been putting off date night because a babysitter isn’t in the budget, will you make a plan today for how you can make a date work without paying a babysitter? If you’re in that season of life and need some encouragement, check out this free video series called “The Truth About #Mom Fail Culture: 10 Things You Need to Hear on the Hard Days”.