Want To Become A Foster Parent? What To Know About The Process

20 November 2019
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The nuclear family has long since come and gone. Although the idea of having a traditional family with both a mom and dad used to appeal to everyone, that's not the case anymore. In fact, for many families that concept is just unrealistic. Whether you are in a same-sex marriage, are single, divorced, or you just don't fit into the traditional nuclear family, it doesn't mean that you can't have kids. Read More 

4 Things You Should Ask Yourself When Choosing A Day Care

30 May 2019
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You love your child and want the very best for them. Unfortunately, you have other responsibilities in your life that sometimes take you away from them. That's where daycare services come in. The right daycare can look after your child and provide for everything they need while you're gone. Here are four things you should ask yourself when choosing a daycare. 1. Are they open when you need them? Most daycares are open Monday through Friday, which is helpful for families with traditional 9 to 5 jobs. Read More 

3 Simple Things You Can Do To Make Transitioning To Daycare Easier

26 September 2018
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Whether your child is three months old or three years, transitioning to child care at a daycare center from being at home with a parent can be a large transition. That is why it is important to take steps to make the transition easier on both you and your child. #1 Visit the School One of the most important steps you can take is to visit the school before your child's first day. Read More 

Why Choose 247 Daycare Over A Babysitter?

8 November 2017
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Your work life doesn't always happen during the weekday daylight hours. And that's why 24/7 daycare is absolutely essential for many parents. Whether you work the night shift, take weekend classes, or have to travel overnights for your job, finding care in the "off" hours isn't always easy. Drop in child care, nighttime/weekend centers, and nannies or babysitters are all options that can solve your daycare dilemmas. With several different options available, why should you choose a 24/7 daycare over an in-home care-giver (such as a babysitter or a nanny)? Read More 

Adjusting Your Child’s Sleep Pattern Before Preschool

15 September 2016
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If your child is preparing for preschool, you need to help adjust their sleeping patterns so that they maximize their rest. A good sleep schedule is important to learning and mental functioning, and following this process will get your child ready for success in preschool. Establish Good Sleeping Habits Quickly If you haven't established good sleeping habits in your child the summer before preschool, you still have time to instill them. Read More