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Some moms should feel guilty about childcare by Betsy Hart
jewishworldreview.com, 9-May-01
Yes, there was first the report that young children in regular childcare are almost three times as likely to be aggressive and disobedient as are those kids at home with mom.
...But "duh." This is hardly rocket science*. I could have told anyone that that's what you would find about kids and childcare, without these expensive studies. I mean, we might just as well do in-depth investigative work to come up with the radical finding that "kids shouldn't eat just Ho-Hos** and ice cream all day long."
* Rocket Science = Idiom meaning "not very complicated or difficult to understand"
** Ho-Hos = Chocolate/marshmallow snack cake
Some moms should feel guilty about childcare by Betsy Hart
jewishworldreview.com, 9-May-01
But of course the only moms who can feel guilty about putting their kids in daycare are those who have a choice about whether or not to do so. And, if they choose that option, they darn right should feel guilty. Maybe the guilt will cause them to wake-up.
Category = Politics
Some moms should feel guilty about childcare by Betsy Hart
jewishworldreview.com, 9-May-01
But those moms who could choose not to work full-time, who could be home more with their little ones even if it meant cutting back on their own aspirations or fancy vacations or cars, well they are the first ones to wax rapturous about their "wonderful childcare center." All these other centers are awful, don't you know, but theirs, well theirs is terrific. It's filled with loving providers, and high tech equipment, and state-of the art blah blah blah and "Johnny just LOVES it." I've heard more mothers than I can count say "they take better care of him than I could."
Category = Politics
Some moms should feel guilty about childcare by Betsy Hart
jewishworldreview.com, 9-May-01
Why, as a culture, do we put blinkers on as we pursue the unobtainable goal of "providing quality childcare," an oxymoron if ever their was one, instead of making our goal "more kids at home with their moms and fewer in child care."
Category = Politics
Thoughts on daycare and homecare, by John Rosemond, rosemond.com, 22-May-01 Furthermore, no sensible person would argue (against the fact) that a loving mother is going to provide a better developmental environment than a paid day care worker; therefore,...home care is better than day care.  In fact, I've never met a day care director who felt otherwise.
Category = Quality
Thoughts on daycare and homecare, by John Rosemond, rosemond.com, 22-May-01 Common sense says mom-care is generally better than employee-care.  Common sense says day care is going to breed more aggressive behavior than home care.  The fact is, (Jay) Belsky's findings line up fairly well with common sense.  Furthermore, his data is supported by other findings.  For example, as the number of young children in full-time day care has increased, so have the incidence and severity of child behavior problems.
Category = Quality
A Major Decision
by Anne Morse,  boundless.org,
Boundless Webzine, 24-May-01
Mean little bullies: That's what a researcher says daycare will turn kids into.
Jay Belsky was part of a 10-year, National Institutes of Heath study of 1,300 children who spent time in all kinds of daycare. Belsky found that kids who spent more than 30 weeks in non-mommy care were more likely to exhibit aggressive, defiant and disobedient behavior than kids reared by their mothers. Belsky used words like "cruel" and "mean" to describe these kids.
That's nothing compared to the words...applied to Belsky
Category = Behavior
A Major Decision
by Anne Morse,  boundless.org,
Boundless Webzine, 24-May-01
The truth is, daycare is not inevitable. Single mommery is not an immutable characteristic, like sex or race. If you want to take care of your own kids instead of paying a for-profit business to do it, you have to plan ahead. Way ahead. Starting right now.
...After you get engaged,...Take some time to talk about how you plan to raise your kids.
Category = Economics, Politics

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