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Rent-A-Grandma?

Rent-A-Grandma?

Finding an experienced, responsible babysitter who you really trust is no easy feat. But it just got a little easier for moms in the Los Angeles area. They have a new pool of childcare professionals to tap: grandmas.

As Huffington Post reports, LA-based Rent-A-Grandma pairs “those who need care-giving or home management services with female workers over 50 years old who are both willing and able to provide that work.”

As Linda Terry, a 63-year-old grandmother of 10 explains: “I’ve taken my experience of raising my own three sons and running a home and turned it into something I now get paid for.”

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