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e-mail to this site from "Amber"
22-Jun-04
Although I worked to get both BA and and MS degrees, when I had my son I quit my job so that I could raise him myself. While I worked my way through college I also worked as a "preschool teacher" (a glorified name for daycare workers) for 3 years. During that time, I discovered how horrible daycare really is for children. What I found was that there were a bunch of young, irresponsible, underpaid, "teachers" attempting to care for children as YOUNG as 8 weeks. I remember one mother who was an ER nurse who would be waiting at 6 AM to drop off her 8 week old daughter... so she could go to work.
I do not regret FOR ONE SECOND that I am at home giving my son the love and attention he needs and deserves. Although I gave up a significant salary to be at home, I have found other ways to make extra income while also being my son's mom.
Thank you for your site that encourages mothers and fathers to be just that.

Category = Caregiver, Quality
e-mail to this site from "Robie"
30-Jun-04
Thank you for spreading the word that a child's best caregiver is the parents. I am fortunate not only to stay at home with my baby daughter, but to also have a husband who is proud that I am able to do so. I have seen too many children who are raised by daycare, babysitters or nannies who just don't have the bond, security and closeness with their parents, not to mention the manners, morals or guidance that parents should be teaching them.
Category = Quality
Posting on ntsrv2000.educ.ualberta.ca
by Emily
Topic: Childcare - Quality Part Time Care
16-Jul-04
I think that if at all possible, the best place for children to be is with their parents at home.  A daycare just doesn't have the vested interest (no matter how dedicated the workers are) that children's parents do.  My mother stayed at home when my siblings and I were growing up...It was always so good to know that mum would be home when I got home from school.
I think many of the problems that youth are having these days stem from them being raised in daycares...
Category = Quality
e-mail to this site from Suzie H., "Thank you!!", 17-Aug-04 Just happened to stumble across your site and I'm very impressed by what I see. I'm so glad you're taking a fearless stand...
Thank you for taking a stand on such an incredibly important issue. I admire your courage. Keep it up!
e-mail to this site from Jennifer M., "Thank you!!", 18-Aug-04 I just wanted to thank you for this site. I'm constantly asked by people if my two-year-old goes to "school"...and made to feel like I'm less of a mother because she doesn't...
Your website just opened my eyes to a lot of things I didn't know...thanks so much!!
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