Understanding Child Care

Understanding Child Care

  • Your Four Main Child Care Options

    When it is time for you to go back to work after having a child, you have to make plans for child care. Most people assume that this means dropping their child off at a daycare center where they will spend most of the day. But really, this is only one child care option. There are actually four types of child care that are relatively common and widely available in the United States.

  • 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.

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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.