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e-mail to this site from etherealtab, 26-May-08, Applause For Your Website I put my 3-month old into 1 exclusive daycare (which ate up almost 50% of my take-home pay) where the following occurred (just some examples and she was only there about 3 months):
1. She was "lost in the crowd" because she was a good baby and did not cry. Most of the day was spent on "crowd control" - calming down the criers and breaking up fights amongst the young toddlers (room up to age 1).
2. There were so many providers I lost track and they would never introduce themselves to me.
etc.
*Please note that this was a HIGHLY regarded commercial daycare, not an informal or facility with mediocre reviews.

Still, I did not see the light and put her in a BRAND NEW facility. WHAT WAS I THINKING?
At 6 months she went into another highly regarded and "new and exclusive facility." Within 3 months of its opening, it was overcrowded and understaffed.

I am not writing this to make working mothers feel guilty. Absolutely not. I am not trying to make anyone feel badly for their decisions. I am highlighting my truthful and heartbreaking experiences because mothers, like I was, may not realize that these things are routine at the most expensive suburban daycares that give your tours that make it look like baby paradise. It's a commercial business, not an altruistic offering to help raise your child like their own.
e-mail to this site from Mary, 19-Jun-08, So true I am glad to have found your site....
Both my husband and  I were day care kids and we vowed never to do that to a child of our own.
If your site has convinced just one family not to put their child in day care then you have done your
part... Thank you!!
e-mail to this site from Lisa W., "Thank you!!",
 19-Jun-08
Finally!
I am so sick and tired of my colleagues at work trying to pressure me to get my tow-year-old daughter put into daycare...
Day "not" care centers are the worst for children!
Keep up the good work!
Sarah on Dr. Laura's Letters From Listeners, 25-Jun-08, Daycares Don't Care Thank God for this web-site (Daycares Don't Care) . It has quote after quote upon quote from former daycare workers that tells the truth about these PEDIATRIC PRISONS. If any parent has ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in his/her child's daycare facility, this is the closest they are going to get.
...It should be mandatory for parents to read if they are even thinking about putting their kids into daycare...
e-mail to this site from H.J., 11-Jul-08, A Comment about Daycare I was cared for by a succession of daycares and nannies from infancy through age 11... To this day, even as an adult, (my mother) still feels like a stranger to me.
e-mail to this site from Donna Y, 30-Jul-08, Sad I know someone who just got a job working in a daycare. One thing she noticed right away was that the workers gravitate to the cute children and the plain ones don't get as much attention.
e-mail to this site from Polly B, 6-Aug-08, Thank you I found your site and for the first time...truly understand why I chose to stay at home (after my daughter was born).
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for effort.
e-mail to this site from Kim C, 26-Aug-08, I love your site! Thank you, thank you for doing this site...you are like a beacon of light coming through a dark cave for us mommies.

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