3 Tips for Choosing a Child Care Facility for Your New Baby

As an expectant parent who expects to be a working parent soon after the baby is born, arranging for quality child care is quite important and can be challenging. It is important to note that many child-care facilities that accept infants have long waiting lists and offer a variety of programs to encourage their development. In addition, the minimum standards for day cares might not be consistent with your own expectations of a facility where your young child will be spending so much time. Read More 

Parental Interaction in Daycare: 5 Non-Intrusive Ways to Be Involved

If your child is enrolled in day care or preschool, wouldn't you enjoy hands-on participation in some way? There is a fine line between constructive interaction versus outright interference. As a concerned parent, how can you become more active in your child's day care activities without seeming like an overzealous control freak? Here are five suggestions to get you started. 1. Volunteer Your Time and Services for Special Events Is your child's daycare planning a Christmas party or other themed party in the near future? Read More