Parents and Childcare

Balancing Act: 10 Ways Daycares Support Working Parents

Balancing work and family responsibilities is a challenge faced by many parents. Daycare centers play a crucial role in easing this burden by providing a safe, nurturing environment for children while parents are at work. Here are ten ways daycares support working parents, helping them manage their careers and family life more effectively. Balancing Act: […]

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Navigating New Beginnings: A Parent’s Guide to Adjusting to Daycare

The transition to daycare is a significant milestone for both children and parents. While it’s an exciting step in a child’s development, it can also be an emotional journey for parents. In this blog post, we’ll explore practical and supportive ways for parents to adjust to their child starting daycare. 1. Understand and Acknowledge Your

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Tips for Teaching Children How to Express Their Feelings

Every toddler and young child goes through a time when they start to deal with emotions bigger than they know how to handle. Teaching children how to express their feelings is an important aspect of emotional development, but sometimes this seems like a daunting task to parents. Here are some tips to help children learn

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6 Tips for Easing Your Child’s Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is a common experience for young children when they are separated from their primary caregivers. Here are six tips to help ease your child’s separation anxiety: Prepare and Communicate Before the separation, prepare your child by talking about what will happen and reassuring them that you will return. Use simple language and be

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4 Ways To Help Your Child With Their Separation Anxiety

Many children struggle with separation anxiety when it comes to their parents. This is pretty normal for kids. There are things that parents can do to help their children feel more comfortable and less anxious when they have to be apart, whether that is at school, church, or daycare.  Check out these 4 ways that

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Developmental Milestones Parents Should Look For in the First Year

Did you know that the new skills or “growth spurts” your child goes through are called Developmental Milestones? Did you know there is a right age range for each of these as well? Understanding the kinds of skills your child should be developing at each age can help you identify if there are any areas

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