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  • noun Plural form of daycarer.

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Examples

  • Emma may not be cared for according to my standards (or yours, or my daycarers), but our carer assured me that Emma is very much loved and has a stable (but messy) homelife.

    On Lax Parenting and Biting My Tongue

  • I know that our daycarers have spoken with Emma's mom on several occasions -- sometimes in a playful way so she wouldn't feel like they were having a go at her, but sometimes also in a "you-have-to-do-something-about-this NOW" way.

    On Lax Parenting and Biting My Tongue

  • ( "Problem child" is a six-month-old baby who was rejected by another home day care because he's very, very, very needy and cries all the time; I'm not sure if ST's daycarers will want to keep this baby there, either.)

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • ( "Problem child" is a six-month-old baby who was rejected by another home day care because he's very, very, very needy and cries all the time; I'm not sure if ST's daycarers will want to keep this baby there, either.)

    Melancholy Morning

  • The daddy daycarers THESE young men are pioneers in child care, one of the few professions dominated by women.

    Daily Telegraph | Top Stories

  • The daddy daycarers THESE young men are pioneers in child care, one of the few professions dominated by women.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

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