Keeping Your Kids Safe

How To Find A Stimulating Child Care Environment For Your Toddler

Toddlers are hard work. Not only are they going through a lot of emotions, but they are learning things all around them every day. If you need to put your toddler into daycare, there are a few things to look for in a provider that will help stimulate your child and help them be more ready for kindergarten.  Reading Time Familiarizing your child with books at home is one of the best things that you can do for them, but putting them into a toddler child care program that has an emphasis on learning is another thing that will help them with their fundamental growth. Read More 

3 Things To Look For In A Daycare Center

Choosing a daycare center for your kids to go to can feel a little bit stressful. Because your child may be spending most of their days at daycare, you want to ensure that you choose one that is the right fit. From finding a center that's located on a safe street to ensuring that they do background checks on all of the workers, this article will list a few precautionary steps for you to take before you put your child into a daycare. Read More 

Looking For Professional Child Care During The Day? How To Tell If It’s Safe

If you are getting ready to have your child start using professional child care during the day, one concern may be if the facility is safe. It will be your first time leaving your child with other people, and knowing that nothing bad will happen to them during the day will be a top priority. Here are some signs that the child care facility you're looking into is safe. Front Door Security Read More 

Are You Preparing Your Child For The Arrival Of A New Sibling?

Are you expecting to have a child soon? Maybe you are adopting or fostering a child. For whatever reason your family is increasing in size, you are more than likely wanting to prepare the child you already have to share time with a new sibling. From having scheduled playtime with friends to looking at a child day care center, here are some ideas that might help you to prepare your child for the arrival of a new sibling. Read More 

Four Ways You Can Save Money On Preschool Expenses

With the average cost of preschool falling between $4,460 to $13,158, it only makes sense for parents to take steps to minimize their preschool-related expenses. Check out some of the most effective ways that you can cut your preschool expenses without sacrificing the quality of your program. 1. Wait Until Your Child Is Potty Trained Before Enrolling in Preschool One of the easiest ways to cut your preschool costs is to wait until your child is independently potty trained. Read More