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e-mail to this site from "AnneMarie"
19-Mar-04
"I just have to write and thank you for the excellent website devoted to shedding light on what daycare really does to babies and young children:  that it is truly a terrible way to spend the first years of life, and that it robs families (both parents and children) of some of the most precious times they will ever have.  It also robs children of the kind of childhood they need to become as healthy and secure and peaceful as they could be as adults.  I have a friend whose 2-1/2 year-old son has been in daycare since the age of 6 weeks...4 different daycares, to be exact.  He already is overly aggressive (tries to kick babies in the face, hits other children for no cause) and has serious attachment and social problems.  He is a compulsive pacifier user who seems incapable of looking an adult in the eyes, much less acknowledge one.  It is almost painful to be around him because of the tragedy that has been wrought upon his young life.  If more people were to see your website and look into their hearts, they would realize what they are doing to their children, and to the future of our country.  Again, thank you for giving a voice to those of us who know what our hearts tell us but feel like no one is paying much attention."
Category =  Behavior
e-mail to this site from an adoptive mom in Georgia
26-Mar-04
"I've seen this more than a few times on adoption message boards and heard it in person from colleagues.  These parents have gone through the time, desire, great effort and $$ to adopt; and after a short leave from work, they place the baby or toddler in daycare.  The parents comment in confusion, sadness or frustration that when they arrive at daycare at the end of the day to pick up their child, the child doesn't show them any sign of recognition.  This is not a one-time event.  It continues for months.  No kidding!  How on earth can a child hope to bond when 80% of their waking hours are spent with someone else?"
Category =  Behavior, Politics
e-mail to this site from "Linda", 18-Apr-04 I love this site.
My husband and I have a beautiful 3-year-old daughter and for up until recently we worked opposite shifts to keep her with us.  It was really hard, but like most career couples, we became dependent on my income, and I thought it would be easy to put her in a 'baby farm' (daycare) until I held those 7lbs and 15 ounces in my arms.  We quickly revised a financial plan and stuck to our guns -- we paid off all credit card debt, replaced old appliances, and tucked away an emergency fund.
I am now home full time and expecting.  It was really hard, but we did it!!!!!!  I say it was hard, but both of us agreed that the sacrifice was worth it.  This arrangement also made my husband realize how hard it is to care for a child and he has tremendous amount of appreciation for what I do on a daily basis.  Our daughter is so secure, intelligent, and adventurous.  We love every minute with her and will make our millions later.

Category =  Economics

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