During a recent childcare crisis, a classmate's mom came to my rescue like a knight in shining armor. While my nanny was dealing with a family emergency of her own, the other mother offered to pick my son up from school and keep him through dinner so I could attend a meeting and finish up my work. The simple gesture made her a hero in my book and I look forward to returning the favor. Other times I've found a childless friend who lives 500 miles away (but is always available with a listening ear) to be the one who keeps me sane (and saves me thousands of dollars in therapist bills).
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