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Does Mom matter? "Politically Direct" column by Jane Chastain. www.worldnetdaily.com, 1999 Daycare workers by necessity, are paid less than their moms (a group of mothers using a group of daycare workers) make in the work force.  Otherwise, there would be no financial incentive to work.
Category = Economics
Does Mom matter? "Politically Direct" column by Jane Chastain. www.worldnetdaily.com, 1999 If you are like most parents, however, the one thing that you really care about passing on to your children is your values.  If a daycare worker raises your children, whose values are they going to absorb -- yours or hers?
Category = Behavior
Parenting: A School of Virtue (Temperance)*
by Janet Smith, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Dallas,  goodmorals.org, 1999
(*Temperance is the virtue that requires the tempering (moderation) of one's desires).
One of the little-recognized negatives about daycare is that daycare makes it more difficult to acquire some of the virtues of parenting. Those who place their children in daycare spend most of their time with their children in the few hours in the evening after a full day of work. They are tired from work and the children are often worn out from being in daycare. This reduced time available for being with ones children may have a significant impact on how one relates to ones children.
Category = Quality
Parenting: A School of Virtue (Temperance)
by Janet Smith, goodmorals.org, 1999
The day-care parent becomes accustomed to discharging responsibilities through the professional offices of another; parenting becomes something that one hires out rather than what one does himself. (And should we hire out an activity of such importance?) It is difficult for parenting to remain a central focus in the lives of working parents because the stresses and obligations of the workplace are quite enough to dominate their thoughts. Because they have less time with the children, they develop less patience with them...
Category = Quality
Parenting: A School of Virtue (Temperance)
by Janet Smith, goodmorals.org, 1999
Those who place their children in daycare may be in danger of thinking of themselves as a couple with children, not as a family.
Category = Quality

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