When the phone rings at my house, my 3-year-old knows exactly
what to do: She stops whatever she's doing and gets very, very
quiet until I hang up the phone.
She knows that when I'm on the phone, I can't play with her. I
can't get her anything. I can't even speak to her. I'm working.
It's quite the balancing act, but it's possible if you're a good
These Chicago-area women are able to take their kids to
preschool, run to a mommy-and-me class-and type a work email from
their phone while feeding the baby a bottle. They have it all, and
were willing to explain exactly how they manage it so you can,