Babies m the boardroom

Relf-CaƱas, Katherine
January 2005
Mothering;Jan/Feb2005, Issue 128, p58
This article reports that workplace policy practices, and prejudices have tended to separate moms and babies sooner than some moms would like. The author explores explore a road a working mother is less likely to take bringing her baby to the workplace. One is a director of the New Mexico state office for the nonprofit Trust for Public Land. In addition to the full-time enterprise of raising a son, Jordan Champagne works several jobs at Happy Boy Farm, which is also home to Fearless Pickles, a division of the Watsonville, California, organic farm that she and her husband, Todd, launched together. As Jordan and Ry Champagne go about their farm and market routines, farther up Highway 101, in San Mateo, California, Anabelle Thomas and her daughter pass the day at the family's garden-inspired furniture shop.


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