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Our blogs are filled with in-depth parenting tips and delegation tricks to help you parent like a #boss.

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Poppy Gifting Review: My Go-To Concierge Gift Service

Ok, some of you might be thinking: what the heck is a concierge gift service? I had the same thought the first time I came across Poppy Gifting on Instagram. A...
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5 Mobile Beauty Services For Busy Parents

Mobile beauty services are not just for moms — dads get haircuts too, and so do the kids. Think of the time you will save by having your hairstylist come to your home...
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What To Get A Busy Dad

It can be hard to know what to get a busy dad in your life, especially if they’re a dad who has everything they need. So with Father’s Day almost here, I wanted to help...
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How To Hire A Nanny

Our nanny started working with us when our son was six weeks old, and has been with us ever since. Hiring her was one of the best decisions we ever made.  She’s...
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6 Modern Ways We Are Outsourcing Chores

Time is especially coveted by parents. We’re in desperate need of time to recharge, so we can be present and energized for our children. As you may already know, one of...
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Why Use A Travel Agent? Here’s 5 Reasons

We’ve been using the same travel agent for six years now. She’s helped my partner and me plan a trip to Japan, as well as a ton of 3-night getaways for just the two of...
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Best Gifts For Busy Working Moms

Brainstorming a thoughtful gift for Mother’s Day can be time-consuming and stressful. Save time by using a personal shopper who specializes in gifts — or use our free...
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Top 6 Qualities Of A Great Nanny 

Identifying the traits and skills you want in a nanny will make the hiring and interviewing process go more smoothly. These are six qualities of a great nanny that my...
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How To Interview A Nanny

Finding the right nanny to bring into your home is a big decision! After all, this person will be in your space and taking care of your kids and household. A key part...
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Why Use A Nanny Agency? Here’s 5 Reasons

Bringing a person into your home to help you care for your child can be a daunting task. Ideally, Mrs. Doubtfire would be a friend of a friend whom you’ve known...

We are constantly adding new concierge services and home management tips to our site. Browse the blog to find the parenting hacks right for your family.

Meet Christine Landis

The Founder of Peacock Parent

Hi, I’m Christine, a parent of 2 and former CEO of a global fintech company.

I became a parent in 2019 after selling my business and “retiring” at 36 years old. Getting pregnant and starting a family was always in the plan, and as a former executive, I naturally found myself tackling the role of parent like it was a job from day one. I had been warned about the importance of sleep schedules, swaddles, and pumps – but what I really craved were resources (and not just the standard books from the shelf). I wanted actual people to provide hands-on training, mentorship, and support my family through this experience. Quite simply, I wanted a team, and then Covid hit, and the world stopped. It wasn’t until things ‘got back to normal’ that I found myself feeling a bit misunderstood about how I was running my household and approaching parenthood through an executive lens. Most people want to leave work behind when they get home, but I found myself leaning into the leadership qualities from my past work life. I naturally turned to experts, built teams to support my partner and me, and recognized that I valued my time differently than every other parent I knew. And interestingly, I seemed to also be genuinely happier than the parents around me, proudly parenting in a way that put my time at the forefront so that I could show up more joyful for my family.

Enter Peacock Parent. This notion that buying time for joy can allow the whole family to spend more quality time together was something I wanted to help other parents put into practice. Normalizing the fact that yes, parenting is a job and we can openly treat it as such: through teamwork, delegation, and above all, valuing our time at home equal to that at work.

Run your home like a business.

Our parenting guides have practical strategies to help you buy more time and delegate like a #boss at home.

Peacock Parent Guide

99 Tasks to Delegate Today

Peacock Parent Guide

3 Easy Steps to Hiring Support at Home

Peacock Parent Guide

3 Ways to Convince Your Partner to Hire Help at Home

Peacock Parent Guide

6 Steps to Converting Your Nanny into a Family Assistant

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