Best Day Care for My Infant

Updated on October 31, 2006
M.P. asks from Las Vegas, NV
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Does anyone have suggestions for the best day care (in home or a center) for my daughter who will be only 2 months old when I have to return to work?

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answers from Richland on

If you are near the North Las Vegas area (89032), then check out Lillard's Day Care. It is a nice Home Day Care. My daughter, who is now 7 months, has been there since she was 6 weeks. Call Sarah at ###-###-#### or ###-###-####. Her email is luck to you.


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answers from Las Vegas on

My son goes to a wonderful in home day care. Dawn, or as the kids call her "Grandma Dawn," watches my son, and her 3 yr. old grandaughter right now, but is looking for a few more children. My 2 yr. old thrives there; he asks to go play with Rebekah in the mornings, gets to play outside (weather permitting), and even gets hot, homemade meals for lunch! She began taking care of my son when he was a year, but has had children only weeks old. She is state licensed and lives on Whitney Ranch and Sunset. Her care in phenomenal! Let me know if you are interested.



answers from Anchorage on

My son was 2 months old when I went back to work and the best place I found in Las Vegas, near me, was Child Time Learning Center. He has done wonderfully there and has been there for almost 14 months now.



answers from Las Vegas on

If you close to zip code (89147) you should try Gunguis Home Child care ###-###-#### or email is a Home Child care near to Rainbow and Flamingo
open Sat and Sun. too.
Good Luck in your research!!



answers from Las Vegas on

There are a lot of great home day cares for a baby so young. I put my baby in day care at 5 months and within 1 month I discovered they were not feeding her. I placed her in a home day care and am very happy with that. I found that the daycares are all full and you must be on a waiting list. Just be sure to make several visits and if you have questions for them ask. I went on the City of LV website and found home/family day care and called the numbers listed. The ladies at the city are very nice and helpful. Once you narrow down your search, you can call and ask if they have any complaints about them for both commercial and home day care. My feeling is 2 months is too young for commercial day care after my experience. Good luck to you. Also take a look at the Local Business Reviews section here on mamasource. You can narrow your search to daycare.

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