Understanding Child Care

Understanding Child Care

  • Daycare, Your Toddler, And The End Of The Day Transition

    Your toddler doesn't want to leave daycare—and you don't know what to do. In the realm of early childhood issues, the child's over-enjoyment of the daycare day is a positive problem for most parents. If your tot puts up a fight at the end of every day, take a look at the simple ways to ease this transition. Create a Routine Routines do not only help to ease morning drop-off separation anxiety.

  • 3 Tips For Choosing A Child Care Facility For Your Infant

    If you need to put your infant in childcare while you go back to work, you want to find the best child care solution possible. You want to find a child care center where your child will get the focus and attention that they deserve and need. Tip #1: Ask About the Child to Teacher Ratio  The first thing you need to do when looking at child care centers that offer infant care is ask about their child to teacher ratio.

  • Tips To Help You With Summer Child Care

    School being out for summer is great when it comes to older kids, but the little ones, having them home all summer can cause some complications with work schedules. Here, you'll find a few tips to help you get through the summer with a little one at home. Year-round Preschool Your little one probably loves going to preschool. Getting to spend time with friends and learn all sorts of new stuff can be exciting for the little ones.

  • 3 Important Things To Look For In Toddler Daycare Programs

    Making the decision to stay at home with your baby so you could breastfeed and nurture your little one is highly admirable. Now that your baby is a toddler, you may be interested in going back to the workforce. Many mothers do simply to be able to afford the costs of raising a child, which is alarmingly high. In fact, according to CNN, it cost $233,610 to raise one child in 2015.

  • 3 Ways To Prepare To Bring Your Baby To Child Care

    When it's time to go back to work after being home with a newborn, it's normal to feel a bit anxious. Even when you know child care is the best choice for your family and your baby will be in competent, loving hands, you may feel overwhelmed or nervous. In order to counteract this feeling, it's a good idea to be as prepared as possible before bringing your baby to child care for the first time.

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About Me
Understanding Child Care

I have always been the kind of mom who wants to stay home with her kids, but after we purchased a home, I realized that was not going to happen. We simply couldn't afford for me to stay home full time, and I knew that I needed to find a different way to support our family. I was able to find a great job doing what I loved, and it was incredible to get out in public and start working with adults again. To care for my kids, I started looking into child care. It was a little bit of a learning curve understanding the process, so I made this blog totally dedicated to child care.