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Originally posted by JasmineE02 JasmineE02 wrote:

Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

Originally posted by JasmineE02 JasmineE02 wrote:

I'll send my dog to doggy daycare too. 
*Calls ASPCA*

I'm going to put a bowtie on him on his first day of doggy day care. 

LOLOL @CC. My dogs live outside, they eat cornmeal and chicken back much less now cause im lazy, i feed them mostly bag foodCry the haven't been to the vet in 2 years. Im a terrible parent.
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Originally posted by JasmineE02 JasmineE02 wrote:

I'll send my dog to doggy daycare too. 



I did this also after I had to sell one home, and waiting to buy another.

I had to rent a Condo,   because he was a large dog I had to place him in a 'Daycare'.

I picked him up every Friday afternoon, and took him back on Monday morning.

We do love our pets.   They are Family
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I like how many daycares do have a let lesson plan everyday/week and track your child's progress

maybe family can do the same but I like how organized a daycare center can be

kids can also be exposed to various activities at the daycare center that go beyond what home care and what family members can or will do
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you all are worried they are hurting children ages 4 and under on a regular basis?

of course this can happen but thanks for stating that as one of your fears
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pop in at your daycare unannounced. trust me, all that glitters is not gold. 

my ma used to work for the daycare center i mentioned and i volunteered to read to the kids every now and then when i was bored and wasn't working. there were some big time folks kids in that daycare. the chic from basketball wives la for example. i know her little boy and girl and warren dunn the former atl football player's kid and some big time producer i forget his name. 

anyway, my ma told me some stuff and i witnessed some stuff with my own two eyes. daycares know how to look the part. 
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I have popped in unannounced at a few places

my aunt worked at kindercare and her stories were awful

I know some daycares are worse than others

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I'm sitting here thinking of all the people who can't afford to have kids and all the ones that are too busy. A cop can't have children ... firefighters, postal workers, nurses, paralegals hmmm, and doctors and lawyers are too busy. Only Singers/Athletes and i guess the Kardashians can have kids.

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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


depends on what you want in life

save by living in a sh*tty neighborhood so your income goes further and you can stay at home

or live in a good neighborhood where the schools are highly rated, low crime and great appreciation values but work so you can afford to live there and be able to afford daycare



People live all sorts of lives.

I read the blog of someone who retired in their 30's on an engineer's salary, lives in a great neighborhood in colorado, beautiful home, eats great food, takes vacations, has a child, and spends 25k for a family of 3 including a child in a good public school.

People prioritize different things. It's possible to live well and not have a high income.
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


you all are worried they are hurting children ages 4 and under on a regular basis?

of course this can happen but thanks for stating that as one of your fears
 
no one said anything about hurting.  it could just not be a good fit for your child based on what the child is communicating back to you.
 
anyway, again, imo, if one does not feel they are capable/able/willing (for whatever reason) of delivering the same kind of care/development that is provided in a freakin daycare center...then by all means...yes...one should rely on daycare.  personally, I know I could provide care/development over and above what could ever be offered in ANYONES daycare.  its work,  of course.  which is why I respect stay at home moms so much. 
 
and before anyone decides to say that all stay at home moms are not the bizness.  fine.  i'll give you that.  but the same can be said for daycare.... 
 
do what's best for you.


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imani is the chic i'm thinking about from basketball wives. i still can't remember the producer's name.
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