Chaos Chronicles

Dolan, Lian
June 2004
Working Mother;Jun2004, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p28
Relates the experience of a working mother when the babysitter calls in sick with chicken pox. Reshuffling of dates and schedules of activities with children; Help from husband and mother-in-law.


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