from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Provision of daytime training, supervision, recreation, and often medical services for children of preschool age, for the disabled, or for the elderly.
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- n. Daytime supervision, usually of children.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. childcare during the day while parents work
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So whether you have a child in daycare or high school, Parentella is a wonderful tool to help you remember what it is your child is assigned to work on over the holiday break, or what the school supply list included when you lose the paperwork that comes over the summer.
Their honesty was probably what gave me the courage not to give up, and not dump my baby in daycare while I went off to get a job.
ProWomanProLife » Another reason why daycare is bad for your kids
If it necessitates putting your children in daycare, you are also exchanging their time at home for that wage.
Rockefeller himself admitted it was to get children out of the home and raised by the state in daycare and schools, to influence them against the family and create a state controlled people.
I have a team of doctors – all total strangers (one doctor, a resident who looks 12, and a gaggle of students who look like they should be in daycare, and actually came in to use the potty), arrive to tell me that I may actually die during the operation.
My 3 year old is a little obsessed with the naughty vs nice list and her friends in daycare are now all putting each other on the naughty list for infractions both real and imagined.
Though I have to say, I had my gall bladder out when the kid was three (and in daycare) and it was heaven.
When Noodle was an infant she spent her days in daycare while Hubs & I both worked.
While she was in daycare I could take a few mental health hours off of work, come home & lay on the couch for a bit.