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"It Takes A Mom vs. Day Care",'The Voice' Online, www.afwuf.org, Fall 2001 It's always gratifying to have our instincts affirmed by scientifically verifiable studies. But there is also a certain sadness that accompanies reading these studies. There are real children at these day care centres, after school programs and summer camps; real children who are sad and acting out because they are sad. The acting out continues as they enter the school system and on into adult life. These negative experiences affect not only the child himself but all those around him.
Category = Behavior
"It Takes A Mom vs. Day Care",'The Voice' Online, www.afwuf.org, Fall 2001 ...Children's Services Minister...announced that the government would begin subsidizing the wages of...daycare workers.
...This means that every Canadian family where mother cares for the family's children is subsidizing the lifestyle choice of those who daily put their children in an institution. Government subsidies to harm children. Now that's sad.
Category = Politics
My Better Half
by Jennifer M. Paquette, aish.com, (Aish HaTorah is a Jewish anti-assimilation organization) Nov.2001
Is it any wonder that daycare hours are getting longer? Many are open twelve hours a day. And daycares now let parents dump newborns as young as two weeks, boasting stimulating educational "programs" designed to make parents' absences seem beneficial.
Category = Politics
My Better Half
by Jennifer M. Paquette, aish.com, (Aish HaTorah is a Jewish anti-assimilation organization) Nov.2001
I know this mindset all too well - I've been there myself. As a divorced mom, I've been working full-time since my children were tiny...
But looking back, I think I made a mistake.
Category = Politics
My Better Half
by Jennifer M. Paquette, aish.com, (Aish HaTorah is a Jewish anti-assimilation organization) Nov.2001
After four years in daycare, my daughter still begs me every morning not to leave her behind.  She'd gladly trade her action-packed day, with swimming and crafts, for a few hours at home on the sofa with me.
Category = Quality
My Better Half
by Jennifer M. Paquette, aish.com, (Aish HaTorah is a Jewish anti-assimilation organization) Nov.2001
At first, I resisted...Then, I realized: shouldn't somebody be listening to her? I only regret that I didn't hear her little voice sooner.
Category = Quality
My Better Half
by Jennifer M. Paquette, aish.com, (Aish HaTorah is a Jewish anti-assimilation organization) Nov-01
Society, I saw, had devalued the parent-child relationship to the extent that it's now a spare-time pursuit.
Category = Politics
My Better Half
by Jennifer M. Paquette, aish.com, (Aish HaTorah is a Jewish anti-assimilation organization) Nov.2001
Kids need parents. A simple formula, but twisted around many times over. Even "quality time," that often used excuse for neglect, is being eroded. You can skip the breakfast cereal routine if the daycare opens at six.
Category = Politics, Quality

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