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e-mail to this site from Erica H., "website"
22-Jan-10
What a wonderful site! I wish more people would read it before they leave their children in the arms (or on the floor near) total strangers every day!
I think we can owe a lot of our problems in this world today to daycares... Children need love and affection, kisses and hugs, their special someone (mom or dad) their with them, especially when they are brand new to this world.
A little baby needs to be in his mother's arms, not in a crib at daycare with a bottle in his mouth at six weeks old.
Thanks again - your site is great,
Category = Quality
Comment on bestchildcareguide.com/child-care (1292)
15-May-10
Snappy response by "WI MOM" to an unmarried Massachusetts couple thinking of having a baby, but concerned about the cost of child care:
"Financial aid for child care? It is not the job of government (or taxpayers) to fund your lifestyle choices.
Buy a dog. Kids don't deserve to be dumped in daycare."

Category = Economics, Politics
e-mail to this site from Caren D. from Canada, "Re: Daycare information"
31-May-10
Thank you for your website... I have recently been getting a lot of pressure from other (people to work outside the home), but I’ve done the math – any income I earn (even well above minimum wage) would go entirely to daycare expenses. Nobody seems to understand this fact, even after I clearly explain it to them. It just doesn’t make sense to me to pay someone else to raise my children for ten hours a day so I can have exactly the same amount of money at the end of the month. What purpose would that serve?
Category = Economics, Politics
e-mail to this site from Teresa, "Love Your Website!"
24-Jun-10
Just wanted to let you know how much I love your website!
...Yes, I am completely against any form of day care...
e-mail to this site from Carrie, "Day Care-ish"
08-Jul-10
Poor kids - it must be tough for them to have day care rules, Mrs. D's rules and mom and dad's rules. No wonder they're confused...
I'm going to call my mother right now to thank her for staying home to raise me.
e-mail to this site from Julia, "thank you"
09-Jul-10
I heard about your website from the Dr. Laura program and wanted to say THANK YOU!! I am a stay at home mom for my three and I agree with the observations from your site.
Keep up the great work and validating what we know to be true.
e-mail to this site from DDM, "congrats"
11-Jul-10
Love the site. (Heard about it on Dr. Laura just now.)
Day care is child abuse.
... A family's job is to raise the next generation, not earn money to hire strangers to provide kids sub par care.
Separating ... millions of mothers from their children is mass insanity, and I can't imagine how much evil has resulted from developed nations' misguided belief that day care is acceptable.
e-mail to this site from Miranda P, "Bless you!"
15-Jul-10
I am so glad that you are getting the message out there. I have two children, ages 2 years and six months, and I have never put them in daycare, nor would I. I wanted to let you know (and please feel free to post this to your site) that just because you're a single mum, you DON'T have to place your kids in daycare. There are always alternatives. State aid to single mums often cuts off at 6 months unless you put your infant in daycare. Mine did. Fortunately, I was able to find a way to work from home. I work at night and spend my days caring for my children, as it should be. If you're a college-bound single mum, many colleges will let you take online courses or night classes; if you take night classes on a part-time schedule, that's only one or two nights a week that you need to leave your child with a babysitter, and most grandmothers would be happy to step up and help.
e-mail to this site from Sascha B, "Amazing, informative site!"
15-Jul-10
Thank you for this wonderful site. Most certainly the information contained here validates my decision to stay home and raise my daughter. It's inconceivable that I could ever simply drop off my interesting, cuddly, curious child into the "care" of strangers. I'm the lone SAHM in my group of four mom-friends...
e-mail to this site from François C. from Québec, Canada,
"Thank You"
14-Aug-10

As a father of a daycare-free child, I just wanted to tell you that your site has been a great encouragement.
...now, since there is a daycare nearby, (my wife) can see the kids being let loose like wild animals...she told me there is no way she will ever trust a stranger to look after her own child full-time.

e-mail to this site from Kristin C., "Thank you for speaking out about this"
18-Aug-10
Children in day care become more aggressive and are very ill very frequently. I have seen it first hand with some of the parents I know.
Thank you for creating a website that speaks the truth about the day care situation in America. It’s out of control, and extraordinarily sad.

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