Finding the right childcare is near and dear to us at WeeCare. Discuss how to find and choose the best daycares, preschools, nannies, and babysitters for your kiddo!
Looking for a daycare in the Inglewood / Mar Vista / Playa Vista area that accepts kids that aren’t potty trained yet! Please give me recommendations! PS: Extra points if the daycare provides potty training.
We placed my son in daycare about three weeks ago. I felt very lucky with the spot he was able to get, and confident that the teachers at his daycare were more than adequate. However, he came home today with a pretty big scrape on his knee. When I asked him what happened, he said he was running outside and fell. I was relieved that it was just an accident and that it wasn’t a problem with one of the other kids, but shouldn’t the teachers have said something about it to me? It was a big scrape. Probably almost three inches long. Not sure if I should wait and see if they bring it up or say something about it tomorrow morning when I drop him off.
My son will be starting at a daycare this week and he is definitely a momma’s boy. Parents, tips please on how to make sure he has a good sendoff on his first day this week!
How have your experiences with daycare been? My son is almost 18 months now and I’ve been considering going back to work. I keep going back and forth about it, though.
So I’ve been interviewing some potential nannies, and one that I interviewed this week asked me if she would have paid holidays and sick days. This is my first time hiring a nanny and I wasn’t sure what to answer with! I hadn’t originally planned on sick days. What have other moms done with their nannies?