The great mom debate: Local moms sound off on the struggle to work or stay home with their kids
FARGO - After working as a nanny, Kimbra Amerman knew she wanted to stay home in Kindred, N.D, with her daughters who are now 8 and 5 years old.
"I was in most of the homes for 10 hours per day," she says of her job as a nanny. "My husband and I knew that daycare wasn't an option for us. I wanted to be the one raising our children."
She was able to watch them grow, take time to snuggle with them in the mornings and volunteer in their classrooms.
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