Being a stay-at-home mom is just plain hard, and it is especially difficult these days without baby-sitters, day care, grandma’s house, and trips to playgrounds. Out of this dilemma, we have asked our mommy expert and blogger Jessica Hines along with Mommy Medicine creator and mommy extraordinaire Aimee Ghimire to weigh in. Together they talk about how you can have sanity and be a stay-at-home mom in these challenging times.

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Jessica Hines

Jessica Hines

Jessica lives in Mesa, AZ with her husband Daniel and their three-year-old son, two-year-old daughter, and five-month-old son.  She is primarily a stay at home mom who works part time from home as a tutor and an administrative assistant for her church.  As a tutor Jessica has ten years of experience working with students in Math, Science, and English and is passionate about helping students regain their confidence and discover keys to understanding the concepts they are studying.  Prior to having kids, Jessica graduated with a degree in Dietetics from Arizona State University and spent several years working in the nutrition field doing menu planning and analysis for schools and long-term care communities.   
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