Columbia SC Moms Blog is honored to partner with St. Martin’s Drop-In Nursery to bring our readers the following post.Finding child care can be tough. You worry about selecting the right place. You wonder if the staff will love and care for your little one the way you do. You research the program to determine […]
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I remember the last few weeks with my little at home before it was time for me to go back to work. I thought to myself, how on earth am I going to leave him with complete strangers? It honestly made me sick to my stomach thinking about leaving him at daycare. The first week […]
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Oh the dreaded daycare drop off. One minute, they’re just little babies who are fine being loved on by whoever is providing their food. The next, they are toddlers with personalities and preferences who have learned how to say, “No!” I love this stage. My little is learning new words and how to do new […]
As soon as I began announcing that I was expecting, one of the first statements I heard after, “Congratulations!” was, “You better start looking for a daycare.” I had no idea that some daycares have lists that are TWO YEARS LONG! I already felt behind, and I was only 12 weeks pregnant. So I jumped right in […]
Maybe that title seems strange to you. In this day and age, why would you not choose to send your child to preschool? After all, most children do attend at least one year, and there is a lot of information out there (such as this Parents article) that lists the benefits of preschool for children, mostly such […]
When we relocated to Columbia from Connecticut I had a new vision. I was giving up the morning rush of a working mom and going to immerse myself fully in my transitioning family. I would become the model supportive wife and pinterest-perfect mother. My days would be spent managing the house, teaching the kids, volunteering […]