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Why Childcare Services Are Unaffordable for Working Mothers

For many working mothers in the United States, the skyrocketing cost of childcare is a significant threat to their professional success and financial stability. According to Child Care Aware of America, center-based infant care in the US costs more than $14,000 annually on average. This sum exceeds many colleges’ and universities’ yearly tuition. Because of this expense,

Preparing for Toddler Tantrums

Toddlers are in a class of their own, and while there is no way to guarantee they will cooperate, you can prevent a minor situation from turning into a full-blown meltdown. Transitioning from infancy to childhood is difficult. Here are ways you can start preparing for toddler tantrums. Consistent Schedules While life happens, keeping your
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Reminders for Summer Daycare

With summer in our midst, parents with children in summer daycare or summer camp need to be mindful of the circumstances this season brings along. With the summer months comes the opportunity for your child to enjoy outdoor activities. On the downside, heat, sun, and insects increase during this time. Make sure your little one
Affordable Daycare Search

Affordable Daycare

As the United States attempts to bounce back from the economic decline of the pandemic, many parents that lost employment are trying to get back to work. As a parent, your number one need is to provide for your family. How could you possibly bear the burden of daycare? Today parents are contemplating whether or
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Child Education – The Ideal Location

The Triangle is North Carolina’s business and education hub. With biopharmaceuticals, IT centers, and international businesses, it is the growing area for progress on the East Coast. To add to that, it has 12 major colleges and universities. Before the Y2K movement, transplants from the Midwest and North East were already making a home in
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When Should my Child Attend an Early Childhood Daycare?

For stay-at-home parents, childcare is not necessarily needed. Giving your child the right start to education is vital though. Are you wondering whether or not to send your child into an early childhood daycare? Every child has different needs. Most kids will need to enter Preschool around the ages of 3 or four, while others