It’s hard to find someone who’s not familiar with ball pits. Just in case you’re not familiar with it, a ball pit is a pit…filled with balls! You can just imagine how much fun they are for kids. Kids can “dive in” and spend hours in it just having fun with other kids.
Make pick up time a happy time, but not too happy: Don’t over compensate for being gone. Be happy to see your child, talk lovingly to her or him; snuggle and yes, spend that extra time reading a book or playing toys or tummy time in the floor when you get home. It’s OK to cook dinner 30 minutes later so that you and your child can have that extra time together. Encourage Dad to spend another 30 minutes when he gets home playing with her so you can do the cooking without feeling distracted.
The Academy shows a range of movies; there’s usually something kid-friendly, but adult-oriented films are also available. For those who prefer it, on-site Childcare Diploma is available too! The Academy has a staffed playroom upstairs, open Thursday through Sunday during shows starting between 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Children aged 14 months to eight years old can play while parents enjoy some adult time at the movies. child care courses costs a $5 flat fee per child.
(three) Sitter Sharing: Share a sitter with a friend. You are able to have the sitter watch both kids in the same time and split the price or use the sitter on alternate days. Make sure that you have a written agreement on how the sitter is utilized and what you’ll be paying to avoid any unseen complications.
Knowledge. Some states require day care owners to either complete a Child Care Course or be a certified teacher. Not sure if yours is one of them? Read up on your local laws and legislations on child care. Check out your business associations and other local government offices for what you might need.
The horror stories are not the norm when it comes to labour and birthing. After having had four wonderful labours myself, each one very different, I can tell you one thing that was the same in all of them, yes ALL of them. It does not matter if you have a short or long labour, you will always have the ‘burning’ sensation when your baby is about to be delivered. It is a sign that a lot of the hard work is over and that your baby is nearly in your arms. I did tell my first time mum friend about this and she told me that during her labour, she thought of me when she felt the ‘burning’ sensation and was comforted in the knowledge that it would not be long now.
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