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www.babycenter.com,
Staying at home: Advantages and disadvantages,
2-Sep-04 posting, by Erin
I just have many concerns about the riskiness of daycare for children, for several reasons, including: the staff/child ratios, high staff turnover.., much higher exposure to germs, and attachment problems in children. Babies and toddlers do not need socialization--they need a secure attachment... Very hard to achieve in a daycare center! And even preschoolers suffer from being in daycare fulltime. www.daycaresdontcare.org is a good site to see the negative side of daycare.
e-mail to this site from D.C.  14-Sep-04 ...I have a beautiful 15 month old son...
...I would do ANYTHING to be at home with my child...
Every morning when I drop him off, he SOBS. I can hear him as a walk to my car. It takes all my will power to not cry along with him. The babysitter says that he cries regularly during the day for no reason. Of course, I know the reason. I was home with him this past summer (Im a teacher), and I can already see that hes not developing as quickly as he was when I was with him. Hes also much more irritable. In addition, in the two and a half weeks since Ive been back at school, he has had an ear infection and a fever. This is in a home-based care with only 5 toddlers and 2 adults, but I know that he is still not receiving what he needs and deserves. I dont mean to say anything bad about the women who run this business. I feel confident that they work hard to keep all the children happy and healthy, but there is no way that they can feel as I do for my son. Even if they love what they do, in the end, its a job. To me, my sons happiness and development are of the utmost importance. ...Also, as a former kindergarten teacher, there is a huge difference between children who have been cared for at home and those who have been cared for at daycare. Mother-raised children tend to be more respectful of adults and other children, have stronger academic and social skills, and appear more confident.
Category = Behavior, Disease, Quality
Carolyn B., 11-Oct-04 How can some people think that nursing homes for the elderly are horrible, but that daycares for kids are OK?
Category = Politics, Quality
e-mail to this site from Jody  2-Dec-04 Thank you for not being afraid to speak out. I'm so sick of daycare being the "norm".

Something that I heard really just pushed my buttons for some reason. Welches Grape Juice has a commercial that I heard on the radio that referred to the years leading up to school age as, and I quote, "The Daycare Years." Good grief.
Category = Politics
Shannon on babycenter.com forums
20-Dec-04
I'm currently looking for a daycare for my (son) who's about to be one year old. I've looked at many already and cannot seem to find a good one.
...From what I've seen, it seems like (the little ones) don't learn anything (at daycare). The teacher is spending the whole time changing diapers, getting food/snacks, consoling crying babies, or correcting them when they are being rough with each other.
I thought I found a good (daycare)...Then I spent time in the room and it was chaos. There were 6 kids and two teachers which I know is a good ratio for a one-year room. Three of the kids were crying the whole time. One teacher tried to console them but it didn't work. The other teacher took care of diapers, bottles etc. The kids that weren't crying were on their own running around hitting each other with toys and stuff. They had snot running down their noses, one shoe on one off. They all had their sippy cups which they would drop on the floor and then drink out of each others. It (the daycare) was a chaotic, stressful environment.
Category = Disease, Quality
e-mail to this site from the Youngs 30-Dec-04 What a wonderful site! You've done a great job. More power to you to get the truth out!
Category = Politics

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