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For working moms, a new Web site shows how to stay at home and still manage a career

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Lisa Otto, a mother of two young children, works as an E.M.T. on the weekends and runs a copy-writing business from home during the week. The extra money, she said, "is an absolute must." (Courtesy of Lisa Otto)

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Houston mom and entrepreneur Lesley Spencer Pyle (with two of her kids) got the idea to launch HireMyMom.com after noticing how many companies were outsourcing work. (Courtesy of Lesley Spencer Pyle)

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Houston mom and entrepreneur Lesley Spencer Pyle got the idea to launch HireMyMom.com after noticing how many companies were outsourcing work. (Courtesy of Lesley Spencer Pyle)

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Marla Murasko, whose two-year-old son has Down Syndrome, appreciates the flexibility of working from home. Her self-published book "Jacob's Journal: My Journey Home" recounts the struggles of her son's first few months. (Courstesy of Marla Murasko)

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Ever since women began entering the workforce, mothers of young children have felt pulled between work and home. Now a new Web site connects outsourcing companies with stay-at-home moms who don't want to give up on their careers.


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