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How an Omaha couple makes it work as a stay-at-home mom and a work-from-home dad

Working from home isn’t for everyone, and even if it is for you, it may not be for your family. It takes focus from the person working and discipline from the other people in the house not to interrupt the worker. After Liam was born last year, we decided that I would stay at home...
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