A.S. asks from Addison, TX on December 21, 2008
Seeking Quality Day Care
New mom seeking quality Day Care in North Dallas or Addison area? Any recommendations?
Has anyone used Kindercare or Primerose?
So What Happened?™
I found a great mother's day out place - Friendship Ministries in far North Dallas on Marsh Lane. Thank you to everyone who shared good imput on Primerose and other quality daycare. You were very helpful. I appreciate it!
C.K. answers from Dallas on December 22, 2008
Go to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Website. You can look at the type of childcare that you are looking for and by zip code. You can look at the ratings for each person or daycare. I prefer home care for little ones. I am registered with the state in Allen. If you find someone that is not on the state list, they are doing this illegal with the state. There is allot of information for this. Call them and ask allot of questions that you have and make a visit. Any questions you can call me today or tomorrow at ###-###-####.
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A. answers from Dallas on December 22, 2008
for my experience, as a mom and a caregiver, a home setting is better for a baby than a commercial daycare; less kids, less germs, less chance to get sick and more one to one care. I own and operate a small registered in-home childcare close to your area (Frankford/Tollway), and my ratio is 1 to 2 right now. The ideal setting for your baby. Please, feel free to call me if you want more info.
Bambini&Co. in-home childcare
K. answers from Dallas on December 22, 2008
I know Primrose and LOVE them! The two that I am most familiar with are both located in Plano. One is at Hedgcoxe and Coit, and Springcreek and Coit. Here is the web-site:
Both of these schools are owned by the same family and are just the best in town. They are smaller atmoshphere, but awesome one on one time with the kiddos. The curriculium is the best. Children that graduate out of Primrose schools are a step above others with it comes to public school. You have to go take a tour and see if either of these schools would be a good fit. The owner is at the schools everyday and is very invoulved with day to day activities.
S.C. answers from Dallas on December 24, 2008
While we don't recommend a specific daycare, try searching on MomCheck.com. I am one of the co-founders along with 3 other moms. We created MomCheck as a one stop resource for those looking for childcare facilities for their kids. It's got lots of information along with the Texas state links for each center. Good luck in your search.
Feel free to IM me with any questions.