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posted by "Tarynn" on the Baby Center Forum, 8-May 2004 This is in response to a post about "Signs of a good daycare center":
Far better than touring a bunch of facilities and keeping a list of things to look for in mind, if you're married just stay home with your child instead.  Children are better off at home with a parent and all good studies say so.  Not affording it is no excuse.  If you're willing to look thorough a bunch of daycares to find the best for your child, then you can sit down and figure out what needs to be sacrificed so one parent can stay home.  There's ALWAYS a way.
If you're single and must work, then it's better to leave the child with a family member or a good friend than to put them in a daycare.  Daycare should only be a last resort.  Anything less is selfishness.
Remember, you are a parent, and if you're married and aren't willing to stay home and be your child's parent, which is what they really need, then you don't deserve your children, or the title of parent.  Children deserve better than daycare. 
I would die first before I placed my child in one!
Category =  Economics, Politics, Quality
e-mail to this site from "Angela"
15-May-04
What a great website!! I was (a working mom) for almost 5 yrs, but I've since seen the light and am now trying to spread the word that leaving your kids at daycare is wrong, and if you believe you're okay, it's a big lie!!   Keep up your good works!!   I'm keeping this website to share with others.
Category = Quality
Posting by Jules on Google newsgroups misc.kids, Subject: OT- SAH or work full time...
18-May-04
...How many of us would choose to be raised by a revolving set of caregivers in a crowded, chaotic environment?
...if more parents knew what their kids really go through during their day in daycare I imagine they'd think twice before deciding to let someone else (or a series of someone elses) raise their child.
Category = Quality
David
7-Jun-04
If you think that daycare is better than mother-care, then you probably believe that cafeteria food is better than home cooking.
Category = Quality
e-mail to this site from "Connie"
7-Jun-04

Thanks for this website.  Im an attorney/stay-at-home mom and am trying to convince my sister to do the same.  Your website has helped me articulate my thoughts to her. 
Category = Politics

Jared M, Omaha, Neb
quoted from "The abandonment of America's children" on Dr. Laura Schlessinger's column on WorldNetDaily, 25-Jun-04

Placing him in day care in the first place is a KNOWING and WILLING act to put that child in the hands of people who do not have the VESTED INTEREST in the child's safety, growth and health.
Category =  Danger, Development, Disease
 

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