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Posted in Child Care on 8th November 2010

question of crazymom : Working Parents …?
How do you deal with your children getting to school, from school … etc around? Especially the small children. I have a parent stay home for 4 years now. My two oldest children are only in preschool, 3 times a week, 3 hours per day. I know that when I go back to work that day care is, 35-40 hours per week for my children. Do your children go to kindergarten? Was your day care center equipped to teach preschool / kindergarten? Or you have some kind of help at home for the collection and brings to school … etc? The company I was thinking about child care on site – but I do not know how extensive it is. My oldest has a lot last year, learned from her kindergarten, so I would hate, they are holding with “child care” if it is not a teaching environment. Thanks in advance for your feedback. I have also tried to find a legit work from hom, or a good job PT or even something more flexible, it is already hart.Debbie – No idea what you’re talking about. I think you have me confused with someone else Best Answer.

reply seatonrsp I’ll
again full time. My son is in kindergarten. They do their lessons in the morning, a nap in the afternoon and play outside. So far, my son loves it. My husband and I alternately, raising my son. It sounds like you’re happy with your current pre-school children. Last year was my son in a half-day program. Either my husband or a friend of mine took him to preschool day care center. Try a friend, you could drop your children at the nursery to see the afternoon. Finding just the perfect child care can be difficult. Hang in there. It will all work.

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