Preschooling Potty Training Points To Ponder

When you prepare to send your child to preschool for the first time, you might have a lot of anxiety and while you might feel alone in this, know that this is normal. However, if preschool has come around while you are in the middle of potty training your little one, then you'll have even more to worry about. It's hard to go through potty training and it's even harder when you have to worry about how going to preschool is going to affect potty training and all the hard work you have put into it. Read More 

3 Reasons To Enroll Your Child In An After-School Program

More and more families require two incomes to make ends meet. With both parents working, children can be left with nowhere to go after they get out of school but before their parents are finished with the workday. After-school child care programs were designed specifically with these types of children in mind. An after-school program does more than just provide supervision for your child, these programs can make a significant difference in his or her future success. Read More 

Ready to Become a Foster Parent? 4 Things That Will Help You Prepare for the Journey

If you've been thinking about becoming a foster parent, it's time to take action. You might not realize this, but there are thousands of children just waiting for the opportunity to be placed in a loving and stable foster home. You don't have to be perfect, you just have to be perfectly willing to open your home to children who are in desperate need. Being a foster parent comes with its challenges, and you need to be prepared for it. Read More 

Four Options When You Need Childcare In A Moment’s Notice

It's every parent's worse nightmare: your childcare falls through, and you are left scrambling at the last minute to find suitable replacement care. Don't cancel your appointment or outing; instead, check out some of your options for on-the-fly childcare. 1. See If Your Daycare Has Additional Availability to Care for Your Child If your child already attends a childcare center, you can see if the center offers care outside of your child's normal schedule. Read More 

Three Things To Look For When Choosing A Before-School Childcare Center For Your Children

When you start a new job that requires you to arrive to work at a very early time, it can be difficult to know what to do if you have children because you need them to be able to go to school each day and cannot leave them home alone. There are before-school childcare options available that you may want to consider. The guide below walks you through a few things to know about a before-school childcare option before choosing one to send your children to on a regular basis. Read More