October/November Question

October 2006
Australian Parents;Oct/Nov2006, p15
The article presents a problem involving an Australian mother who just had her first baby. She is 35-years-old who is about to return to work soon following the end of her maternity leave. Her problem is having to get up early in the morning through the aid of an alarm clock in her bedroom which goes off waking her baby.


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