4 Unexpected Benefits of Enrolling Your Child in Daycare

In today’s day in age, it is quite normal to have your children attend daycare. More and more parents are joining the workforce, and fewer than one-third of all children have a full-time, stay-at-home parent. Compare this to only one generation ago in 1975, when half of all children had a stay-at-home parent. However, because infant care and early education is still a relatively new conceptRead More…

Choosing Reputable Daycare Providers

Family structures and the role of women in the home have changed dramatically over time. The concept of child daycare began in the 19th century when working class families had to send the mothers to work. Then, in the middle of the 20th century, most working class families were able to subsist themselves on one income (typically the income of the father). In the 21st century, as more and more famRead More…

Why Choose Day Care?

From birth until five years old, children are the most capable of absorbing information than they will ever be again. Studies have shown that attendance at a preschool or educational day care or child care programs are almost always positive contributors to children’s success in school, in business, and in their careers. The numbers range from specifics, such as children being 24 percent more Read More…