Erica Stineman has been bringing her daughter Lydia, shown here, to work with her at the Washington Traffic Safety Commission as part of the agency’s pilot program allowing infants at work. Stineman said having the 4-month-old at her side has been a huge benefit.
Erica Stineman has been bringing her daughter Lydia, shown here, to work with her at the Washington Traffic Safety Commission as part of the agency’s pilot program allowing infants at work. Stineman said having the 4-month-old at her side has been a huge benefit. Erica Stineman Courtesy
Erica Stineman has been bringing her daughter Lydia, shown here, to work with her at the Washington Traffic Safety Commission as part of the agency’s pilot program allowing infants at work. Stineman said having the 4-month-old at her side has been a huge benefit. Erica Stineman Courtesy

2 state agencies welcome office babies

August 09, 2015 11:19 AM

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