2011 June - Baby-sitting & Childcare

Biltmore Child Care Crib Foundations

Posted in Child Care on 28th June 2011

Biltmore Child Care Crib Foundations

Article by Ursula Ansbach

As a professional child care center, whether you are home based, in a public school system or a head start center, you will want the best available furniture for the children in your care.

You will especially want your furniture to be safe. You will also want your furniture easy to maintain so that you are free to spend valuable time with the children. Finally, you want attractive furniture. You want furniture that speaks to parents – furniture that says you care enough to get the very best. Foundations will provide all these needs.

Foundations is a world leader in children’s furniture. We empower child care professionals and parents to provide the highest quality care possible. Our tradition and commitment to safety, quality convenience and value has made us the clear choice of caregivers worldwide.

Foundations provides all of these aspects in our child care collection. Our hardwood cribs are tested, easy to clean and beautiful. Foundation Hardwood Cribs are utilized by more child care centers than any other brand of cribs. We offer the broadest selection of child care cribs available in the market today and the widest range of styles to meet the needs of any budget.Let’s look at the Biltmore hardwood crib, one of the fine selections available at Foundations.

This baby crib is available in white and natural. Its all-in-one functionality provides both a one hand drop- side and two position adjustable mattress board to accommodate infants of all developmental stages.

The clear end panels provide 360 degree visibility of the child. The full 4″ thick density foam mattress provides superb comfort and years of durability, boasting a five year, hassle free warranty. The teething rails are easy to clean – a feature you will appreciate since this task is a frequently repetitive one!

The dimensions of the crib are 39.75 x 27.5 x 43.63. The sleeping surface is 24″ x 38″ and is recommended for use with children up to 35″ tall.With Foundations you can be assured of the highest standards of safety, quality and durability. You can be confident when you choose Foundations child care furniture!

About the Author

Ursula is the owner of the online baby furniture store MyBabyFurniturePlus. She is also a parent, grandparent, teacher and educator who lives on the shores of Lake Erie with her family.


Recycling Your Unused Child care Center’s Supplies

Posted in Child Care on 27th June 2011

Recycling Your Unused Child care Center’s Supplies

Article by Termetrice Gibbons

With the continued focus of society on saving and recycling, shouldn’t child care educators be concerned about recycling as well? Recycling is not just about taking cans, plastics, and papers to your local recycling center, although that is an excellent community service. Many centers have begun reducing their usage of paper, providing more outdoor time, and using products made of recycled materials in efforts to be more green.

Recycling is also about finding a new home for toys and equipment no longer used, passing curriculum materials to someone else, and selling educational supplies you’ve decided to change. You may be thinking that your materials are outdated, worn out, or just wouldn’t be desirable. Think again. There are potentially hundreds of child care centers that would welcome any curriculum materials, supplies, and tools you no longer use in your center.

In addition, tables, chairs, mats, bookcases, toys, playground equipment, and everything else needed to provide a good experience for children is very expensive. When you have something you no longer need, but it is still functional and usable, consider selling it to another child care educator instead of putting it in the trash. You will be providing a great service when you pass those things along to another child care or educational center just starting out.

How to You Find a Child care Center in Need

How in the world are you going to find the centers that could use your things? That’s easy, online auction sites reach centers across the country, and even the world. Generally there are three ways to post and sell an item on these sites:

1. Auction the item. When you put an item up for auction your list it in the auction listing, set a deadline for bids, and usually set a minimum amount you’re willing to accept. The highest bidder wins and purchases the item.

2. Buy now. Buy now items are listed with a set price and the first person who agrees to that price buys the item.

3. Your online store. You simply set up a presence on the site with all your items showcased at your store. Customers of the site shop your store and purchase items like any other online store.

Now that you know how to sell your used child care equipment, toys, supplies, and curriculum materials online, you can recycle those items which is better for the environment, for you, and certainly for the new child care center able to open at a lower cost.

About the Author

ExcelAssist.com is a premiere online educational auction and education freelance network that allows educational professionals to buy and sell new or used equipment and supplies, as well as hire freelance providers for various projects from consulting to grant writing.

How can I avoid falling into the dark pits of “CHILD SUPPORT”?

Posted in Child Support on 27th June 2011

How can I avoid falling into the dark pits of “CHILD SUPPORT”?

Best answer(s):

Answer by Cazly_420
No babies in the bum…

Answer by Sweet Pea
Don’t make babies with women you don’t plan to stay with or don’t make babies at all. If you do happen to have a child with a woman that you don’t stay with, step up and be a parent. Most women won’t bother to go through the courts if the father steps in and helps out on his own. My parents never needed the courts to step in after they divorced.

Answer by Smiley
Don`t have sex

Answer by Nonny0928
Don’t have kids.

Answer by mamamojo

Answer by Myth_Understood
Until you find The One, are married to her and totally ready to be A Parent, I have an idea that may be of some help:

Every time that you’re about to have sex … why not ask yourself “Do I want to make a baby and become a father right now, with this woman?”

If you started looking at sex as a baby-making opportunity, that might help, and if it does, then my work is done here.

😀 Best of luck, Stud

Answer by ms.native pride
Duh, by using a condom each and every time you have sex.

Answer by Bobby
if you have a kid,and your getting a divorce MAN THE F U C K UP! either get the kid or PAY THE G O D D A M N CHILD SUPPORT! dont be a lazy f u c k i n g bum its your responsibility to.

Answer by Cougar’s Girl
use a condom

Answer by Caffeine_Angel
Don’t get with a woman you don’t love and bang her without a condom.

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