Finding Better Child Care
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Finding Better Child Care

When you are a new parent, it might be hard for you to let anyone other than your spouse handle that brand new baby. You might wince in terror as your mother struggles to comfort your new daughter, or starkly refuse when your grimy little brother asks to hold the baby. However, after awhile, most parents loosen up. Unfortunately, if you get too laid-back about childcare, you might make decisions that could impact your kid's education. My blog discusses several aspects of child care, so that you can decide what will work best for your family. After all, a few difficult decisions now could impact your kid for many years to come.


Finding Better Child Care

  • How to Prepare Your Child for Their First Day at a Child Day Care Center

    27 September 2023

    Sending your child to a child daycare center is a big step for both you and your little one. While it can be nerve-wracking to leave your child in someone else's care, the right daycare center can provide your child with an enriching and supportive environment. Read on to learn some tips on how to prepare your child for their first day at a child daycare center. Start with Short Visits: 

  • Returning To Work After Maternity Leave? 5 Ways To Cope When Your Little One Starts A Childcare Center

    12 May 2023

    Returning to work after maternity leave can be a major adjustment, whether your baby is six weeks old or a toddler. You may worry that nobody will care for your baby as well as you do or fear that your little one will miss you each day. Your feelings are valid, but there are things you can do to ease the transition. Here are five tips to help you cope when your little one begins a new childcare center.

  • The Whats, Whys, And Whens Of Autism Therapy

    19 January 2023

    What do parents need to know about autism therapy? If your child was recently diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), take a look at the whats, whys, and whens of therapy. What Is ASD Therapy?   Nearly one in every 44 children has an ASD diagnosis, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Even though a growing number of children with this diagnosis (the CDC's data shows the number jumped from one in 150 in 2000 to one in 88 in 2008 to the current statistic), autism doesn't have a cure.