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BabyCenter.com, Signs of a bad daycare center, posted by Jamie, 24-Jul-2002 My son cried when we dropped him off, but after 2 months of this crying, we couldn't take it anymore. The daycare staff told us that he would stop crying shortly after we left, but it broke my heart and it was very difficult for me to leave. I honestly did not believe them. One day, my husband and I dropped him off, crying of course, and we decided to stick around for a while. We were able to see (spy, more like it) through the window, looking over the fence to see what he would do. After a couple minutes, they left him alone and he stood looking out the window wailing for at least 15 minutes. We just walked in again, picked him up and never came  back.
Nick K, Demi Press, 2003 "When you pay peanuts (for daycare workers), you hire monkeys." 
Category = Quality
Insights Into Childhood
by Fred Rogers with Hedda Sharapan
2003
A mother told us what it's been like for her in the early days of her son's first day-care experience:
'On the long ride home, I find myself picturing Jeffrey running up to me with a big bear hug,' she said.  'But when I get there (to his daycare), he's likely to act as if he doesn't see me at all.  Once he even ran to his teacher and cried that he didn't want to go home.  A couple of times he's been rude and grumpy to me and won't get his coat on, so I have to pick him up and take him out the door by force.  What a way for our evenings together to begin!'
Category = Behavior
"Charlie Hinton", actor Eddie Murphy's character
from the movie "Daddy Day Care", 2003
"Hey listen.  Any boob can run a child-care center. 
It takes a family to raise some children."
*Film critic Roger Ebert gave this comedy film a low one-star rating. 
However, after viewing this movie ourselves, we did find this one worthwhile quote.
Category = Quality  
Alicia, 2003 "I can tell a daycare kid from a mile away. They are in every adult's face saying 'Look at ME!' because they don't get enough of it from their own parents".
Category = Behavior
Sandy W., Mar 2003 "To a daycare, children are little bags of money running around".  
Category = Economics 
posted by "Cammie" on christianforums.com forum, Women's Discussion: feminism in society
1-Sep-03
"We have children dying in daycare because these childcare facilities are overloaded and understaffed. Babies lie in cribs all day, not getting the attention and stimulation they desperately need at that age. Daycare owners get by with the cheapest (and not necessarily most nutritious) food they can find to cut costs and pocket more money. And on top of it all, where I live, most women working 30 hours a week, "occasionally" sending their children to daycare, are doing nothing more than funding daycare, with 90%+ of their check going to pay for childcare".
Category = Quality
Posting on "Uniquely Repetitive" Blog:
15-Sep-03
Daycare centers are like human-sized Petri dishes.
Category = Disease

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