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e-mail to this site from Dan, 03-Feb-05
Bravo!
Bravo for your website!
I just pulled my 18-month-old little gal out of day care after 4 days. she was so horrified by the experience that she screamed herself into losing her voice. well, we got the message!

I regret ever having put her in daycare. my wife had just taken a new job so that she could go back to the "corporate working world". After we saw the affect that daycare (and a reputable one, too) was having on her, we both decided that we'd made an error. My wife quit her new job, and we pulled the baby out, back to the home where she belongs.

the daycare wants a penalty of two weeks worth of daycare fees to be paid to them... when it comes down to it, they care not a damn for the little children there and are motivated only by money. after all, as the owner reminded me so not politely, she was trying to run a business.

I am sorry for what I did to my little gal, and am so glad that she has finally come back to her normal happy, sweet, bright and cheerful ways.
Thank you for telling the truth about daycare. it ought to be looked at as an absolute last resort to be avoided, not as a reasonable alternative to raising one's children at home. I want to raise my little gal, not any strangers.
Regards,
Dan
Category = Quality
e-mail to this site from Andrea, 03-Feb-05 I just wanted to say what a great website you have. I am 19 and I was studying child care and decided it wasn't something I wanted to do any more because I hated the way the children were treated. As a child I was never put into child care, and I thank my mother so much for this and I know when I have my own children they will certainly not be going to day care.
Once again what a great website and way to go stay at home mothers!
Thanks,
Andrea
Category = Quality
e-mail to this site from Bonnie, 04-Feb-05 I must say that I agree with your website with my whole heart. I sadly enough must take my son to daycare. I cry almost all the time about it but I can't afford not to. I have to get my RN's license so I can work at night and be able to keep him at home with me. I do drop by at any time during the day that I can. I even stay and help out, in my son's class, when I have an extra
hour or two. But when I do this, it is even harder to leave because the kids love the fact that when I am there I play with them and complement them. 
I just wanted to say THANK YOU for your website. It is good to know the entire world isn't going crazy thinking that daycare is the icing on the cake.
Sincerely, Bonnie
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