Are you going back to work now that your little one is a bit older? Perhaps you're still planning to be a stay-at-home mom, but you simply want somewhere safe for your child for times you want to do things without her or him. For example, maybe you're part of a group that meets for lunch every week. If none of the other moms bring their kids to lunch, it's probable that you won't want to bring your child either.
26 October 2018
When you are looking to hire the ideal nanny for your little ones, you can't expect Mary Poppins or even Maria von Trapp. However, you can expect your nanny to be professional, courteous, and caring. After all, a nanny is entrusted with the care of your children when you can't be there. Consider these questions you may want to ask when you first meet with potential nannies. It's only natural to want to talk to them at length before leaving them with your little ones.
6 December 2017
You're a working parent, and are looking for the best possible child care experience out there. You've heard about some of the centers and preschools in your area but aren't sure how to choose the one that's right for you (and your child). What do you look for? To start with, look for a license. Why? Check out how choosing a licensed center can give you a greater sense of comfort and help your child learn, grow and develop to the max.
18 August 2016
If you are nearing the end of your pregnancy and you keep going over your to do list before the baby arrives, there are some essential professionals you need to be in contact with. If you are going to be breast feeding, taking your child to a pediatrician, and sending the baby to a day care after your maternity leave is up, you need to find the best professionals for these things.
21 April 2016
Having a child with special needs requires you to look at the world with new eyes. What may not be a challenge for most children may seem like an insurmountable mountain to your child. You spend your time trying to find ways to help them adapt, help them learn, and help them realize they are just as special as any other child. When it's time for school, this doesn't change. You still are your child's best advocate and only you fully understand what they need.
10 July 2015
Parents commonly rely on preschools and daycare centers to help get their youngsters ready for elementary school. These facilities provide age-appropriate education so the kids master some basic academic skills before entering kindergarten. In addition to a structured learning environment, the best daycare centers also provide a substantial amount of time for unstructured play. As you're deciding which center to enroll your child in, look for that feature in addition to others you know are important.
30 April 2015