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e-mail to this site from David W, 17-Oct-07
Never ever again
Thank you for your website. It helps to reinforce my feelings on this subject.
...we put our little girl in a daycare that we deemed worthy. We researched them and visited first, and felt this was the best one. We paid for camera access...(but) those cameras don't tell you tone of voice and (the kids) are not on camera at all times. So you never really know.
The first day, my little girl was great about (the daycare)....
The third day she was at the point of crying and not wanting to let go of us as we dropped her off. When I picked her up this time...she made no sound. She was near catatonic...One of the care givers admitted that my daughter spent the majority of the day sitting in front of the glass doors, staring and waiting for us to pick her up. She would cry every time an adult walked by...hoping it was her mommy or daddy.
How in heck can anyone think that it's OK for your child to see you only two hours a day?! Of course they will be depressed and broken. It's absolutely not natural.
Category = Behavior, Quality
e-mail to this site from Christa B, 30-Oct-07
Thank You
Finally there is a website to give people a reality check. I think every parent should review this website prior to farming their kids off to daycare.
Category = Quality
e-mail to this site from Toni T., 2-Nov-07
Thank you!
I absolutely love your site! No one cares for a child as much as their own mommy, I don't care how "good" the day care is. Your website is insightful, witty, and informative. Some of the things that I read really make me laugh, and much of it makes me cry for these children.
Category = Quality
e-mail to this site from Laura in the United Kingdom, 27-Nov-07
For your disease list
...in the space of 3 months (in a daycare, my friend's) child contracted Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease. Worse still, the nursery gave her daughter conjunctivitis as a goodbye present.
I think your website is great. My health visitor tried to persuade me to send my daughter to nursery, but with ideas from your website she added up lost for words. She has never brought up this subject since!
Thank you
Health visitors = UK registered nurses or midwives whose role is to promote mental, physical and social well-being in the community by giving advice and support to families, especially on childhood development.
Category = Disease
e-mail to this site from Jen O'Q., "Recommended Reading",
28-Nov-07
Thank you for your wonderful website and the service you are doing for our children, daycare is one of the worst scourges on our society.
(Signed) Daycare survivor
e-mail to this site from Dawn L., "comments",
11-Dec-07
Wow!....was so glad your site came up on the first page of the Google search! This site is so important.
I also had worked in some daycares...as my specialty is education, and saw all the things your site reports with my own eyes.
A quick search and reading about the "scientific motherhood" movement will reveal how we have come here, and how in the early industrial revolution mothers had to be oriented away from their families and toward factories, and how the propaganda focused on the "superiority" of the "scientific" approach to life, which included beliefs that formula was superior to mothers' milk, how working mothers were superior to home-based..., and how factory food was superior to home cooking, as well as hospital birthing superior to home birthing...all in the name of "progress".
Your list of comments are so important because they just aren't publicized....
Listen to that gift given to you by nature, the gift of that little voice (inside yourself) that tells you what your child really wants...your arms, the light and joy in your eyes and voice, your touch, your complete and total abandon to the power of love. No hired hand can give those gifts and those gifts are why your child came to you.
Category = Caregiver, Politics
e-mail to this site from Shauna H., "What a Wonderful Site!",
17-Dec-07
Thank you so much for all the work you have put into your website. Encouraging moms to stay at home with thier children and the damaging effects of daycare have been a passion of mine for many years.

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