USWNT's Jessica McDonald says she has struggled to pay for child care


U.S. women's national soccer team player may have won a world championship — but she told Into the Gloss that she's still trying to find a balance between her career and motherhood. McDonald has been a parent for most of her career in the NSWL, having only played one season before her son Jeremiah, now 7, was born. (Today.com)

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