1. Helping Small People Cope With Big News Stories

    Sometimes as adults, we may start to absorb the many distressing news stories that permeate our lives. If we see an epidemic of violence, destructive weather, or world conflicts, we are able to identify how we feel about it and then move on. We may not realize that despite our efforts, our children are also exposed to death and loss in the world, which can cause a lot of fear and confusion. We can…Read More

  2. Starting At Home: Setting Up Your Child for Success at Child Care

    We know starting your infant in childcare is a very trying time. You have a lot to do to prepare for that first day. Here are a few things that you may not think of! As a licensed Child Care Center, we must obey Safe Sleep Practices. Please be sure you are putting your infant in a crib on their back to sleep at home. If you do this at least for naps, this will help their transition into child care…Read More

  3. Mommy, don’t leave me!!

    These are the fateful words as a parent, you dread to hear when dropping  your child off to a new environment. Separation anxiety is normal in an infant and toddlers development.  Don't panic Mom and Dad, you are not alone!  Around the age of 2 is usually when toddlers start to notice a pattern that you may be out of sight for a while but not forever. 4 Simple Tips To Ease the Worries of You an…Read More