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How can I learn to comfortably share responsibility with my baby's caregiver?
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In brief: First...
...When you ascertain that the caregiver is in fact worthy of trust.
Second, when you start trusting yourself to still be important to your child even if the caregiver does some things better.

In brief: First...
...When you ascertain that the caregiver is in fact worthy of trust.
Second, when you start trusting yourself to still be important to your child even if the caregiver does some things better.
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
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Dr. Richard Pollard
Anesthesiology
In brief: When you are ready
It is natural for a mother to be protective of their child.
Even though you picked a caregiver/nanny for your family it is still going to be a struggle to completely let go. You should take it in the stages that you are comfortable with.

In brief: When you are ready
It is natural for a mother to be protective of their child.
Even though you picked a caregiver/nanny for your family it is still going to be a struggle to completely let go. You should take it in the stages that you are comfortable with.
Dr. Richard Pollard
Dr. Richard Pollard
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