6 December 2017
As a stay-at-home dad, you've shared many special moments with your little one over the past several months or years. You've recently received a job opportunity that can't be passed up. Although going back to the workplace represents a huge change for your family, you also know that the right child care provider helps nurture your child's development. Use these strategies to ease the transition for everyone so that you can look forward to watching your child grow and learn in their new daycare:
15 June 2017
Shopping for a child day care center is not easy. There is so much you have to look for to spot a quality care center and make sure your children will be happy, entertained, educated, and fed. Unfortunately, quality care also means high tuition. When day care costs eats more of your paycheck than your kids eat groceries, you need to find ways to make day care more affordable. Here are some solutions.
27 March 2017
Investing in childcare when you are a stay-at-home mom may seem like an indulgence, or even something to feel guilty about. But the truth is that taking advantage of part-time child care options can help make your life easier and contribute to the overall well-being of both you and your child. Here are six reasons to consider child care, even if you don't work outside the home: Your Child Will Become More Socialized
3 March 2017
When on the hunt for a great daycare facility for your child, you may find it tough finding the characteristics that really make a daycare stand out from the rest. Here are 4 things you should look for to know that you've found the right one for your child. They Encourage Drop-in Visits Since your child may be too young to tell you about their day, it's nice to have an idea about what exactly happens while they are at daycare.
15 April 2015
If your little one is getting to preschool age or if changing circumstances have put you in need of day care, one of the first hurdles you'll need to face is separation anxiety. While some anxiety is natural when parents leave for long periods, your kid could miss out on chances to have fun and learn if anxiety is too strong. Luckily, there are several steps you can take to protect your child from strong separation anxiety.