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Finding Better Childcare

After I started working full-time, I decided I needed to change childcare providers. I had been asking my mother to help to watch my baby, but it just seemed like she was getting burned out. I knew I needed to improve things, so I started looking around for different providers in my area. I was happy when I found an incredible business that was close to my house that specialized in academic childcare. This blog is all about finding better childcare for your little ones, so that you don't have to worry about your kids while you are at work.

Tips For Choosing The Right In-Home Child Care Provider

Selecting the right child care provider is one of the most important decisions that parents can make. Since many households have two parents who work full-time, it is essential to choose a child care provider who makes your child feel safe, secure, and cared for. Some parents opt for a daycare center, while others parents choose to work with an in-home child care provider. An in-home child care provider cares for several children at a time in his or her home. Read More 

Tips To Help A Clingy Toddler Adjust To Daycare

Toddler can sometimes have a hard time feeling comfortable in new places. They can also have attachment to their home and their parents, making a toddler daycare program a challenge. if your toddler is reluctant to go to daycare, there are some things you can do to help them feel more confident.  Here are some simple tips to help a clingy child adjust to daycare.  1. Establish a drop off routine. Read More 

4 Tips For Finding A Quality Daycare Center For An Infant

Going back to work after having a baby can be really tough. But it may be a little bit easier for you if you know that you have quality childcare lined up. Daycare centers provide a valuable service for parents, but it is important to put time and effort into finding the right one for your baby and your family. Use the following tips to help you find a daycare center for your baby: Read More 

4 Ways For The Average Parent To Make Child Care More Affordable

It's no secret that child care in the United States can be very expensive. If you're a parent who is looking to enroll your child in daycare or a similar arrangement for the first time, you might be experiencing sticker shock and wondering how you're going to afford the child care your family needs. Fortunately, there are plenty of options to consider that can help make child care more affordable--no matter what your situation. Read More 

3 Tips To Help Avoid Sickness When You Take Your Child To A Child Care Center

When you take your child into a child care center regularly, you run the risk of them getting sick. They are going to come in contact with other children who have germs, as well as items that are potentially covered in bacteria. While most child care centers do their very best to minimize these germs, it is impossible to completely get rid of them. However, there are things that you as the parent can do to help minimize the risk of your child getting sick. Read More