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Many mothers choose to put their children in daycare facilities so that they can return to work. Actually, being around other children can be a stimulating and rewarding experience, if the daycare professionals are nurturing, attentive, and skilled in guiding a child through the phases of learning and development. But, if it's just a business of numbers, a head count to rake in money without regard to what environment is created by the presence of the other children, you may want to rethink that daycare decision and find a private sitter. Children learn from other children, and what some parents allow their children to absorb may not be what you want your child exposed to. Daycare: is it good or bad for a young child? What should you look for when picking out a good daycare provider?
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The Montessori experience at an early age prepares children at a later age to be able to isolate, classify, discriminate, analyze, and use critical thinking skills. It is the basis for creative learning and intellectual curiosity.” ~ Dr. Maria Montessori
When children come to Montessori Academy of Chapel Hill Preschool they enter a Children’s House. In the Children’s House, children as young as three and as old as six, learn side-by-side. Younger children observe higher lessons and get excited about the next level. Older students self-confidently guide younger peers. By grouping in this way, Teachers are able to guide the continuous progress of the child in the most productive and nurturing manner. Read more at the website....
in Self Help
Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, answered these questions: 1) Why do people think they know you when they haven't spent much time with you and they don't ask you about yourself? 2) What to do about my mother who is doing daycare with my daughter but was tipsy and "taught" her cuss words? 3) How to break my husband of a bad habit he has during oral sex? 4) What to do with very impatient husband? 5) Do doubts about marriage mean, "
2 Covenant Mogul new Testimonial writer book; A Journey Through The Mothers Eyes by; Vanessa Ross
I was born in New Orleans, La. to Paul M.Jones Sr & Mrs. Jean T. Jack. I am married to John W. Ross Sr.
I had two beautiful daughters,one now deceased. I am now a retired daycare owner and director.
As a child I was inspired to write because,I always had a wonderful imagination. This I knew was my gift from god. God speak to me in the wee hours of the night, he gives me my visions in life. This is something I take very seriously. Also,god gave me the gift of writing poems. My email address is Vanna1156@gmail.com
my favorite scripture is Phillipians 4:13 I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.
My daughter was a vibrant beautiful young woman. She always had a beautiful smile on her face. My daughter was the most giving person I've ever known. She was my inspiration. My daughter never let nothing get her down. She had a heart of gold. She truly loved the lord with all her heart. Wherever she went she touched someone's life. The reason I'm writing this book,is because this was my daughter's dream and she was so full of life. The best thing about my daughter was that she was my inspiration. Her favorite scripture was Psalm 23,Psalm 27 my daughter really inspired me to write because,she wanted people to see my journey through her eyes.
Across the USA researchers are gathering data to determine how today's behavioral trends can translate into tomorrows business opportunities for those invested in criminal justice related industries. School dropouts, unemployment, and crime are trends that lead to predictable outcomes. Children who can't read end up in jail. Children who are raised by daycare workers rather than parents end up in jail. Children who get suspended from school end up in jail. Children whose parents don't have money for good legal representation end up in jail. Many industries get paid when parents' relationships fall apart and no one is there to guide the children into a healthy adulthood. It's tiime for us to stop getting angry at those who make money from our dysfunction. How can men and women put aside their differences and work together to save children before they become victims of the criminal justice system?
Today's episode included some of the following topics:
*Lots of various daycare issues; from downright uncooperative daycares to daycares wanting to diaper for things like going outside.
*Ways to get your child to tell someone ELSE they have to go poop (like daycare teachers)
*Quite a few issues with child waking up to pee and then staying awake. These children are waking THEMSELVES to pee.
*Fully day trained child suddenly having accidents
*Child holding poop for nap/night diaper but is awake while doing the poop.
*The ol' "when is he gonna wipe his own butt and the classic, "when can I ditch the potty chair"
We will have Llana back for this episode and we be discussing qualities of a great early childhood program, from choosing a school, to dealing with problems with teachers, and being in the director's office. It will get messy and it will get real! How to find and foster the best relationship with the school, teachers to better help your child grow while in a school setting. We also discussed preschool philosophies and questions to ask while interviewing preschools. L
Paying your tithes and offerings is something that God commands us to do. He promises us that he will pour out a blessing that we won't have room to receive. At times fear, doubt and disobedience enters our hearts before we pass by the offering basket. Car note, mortgage, cell phone bill and daycare are bills that may seem more important than our tithes. On this episode of the Real Deal we are going to talk about tithing and how to be blessed in giving!