As a single widower, I need to find a great daycare center. I would love to work from home, but it is just not feasible. My son is too young for preschool, and I cannot afford to hire a full time nanny, so I figured that the best child care option for me was daycare.
However, I did not want to just search the Internet all willy nilly for key words like “daycare in atlanta GA” or anything. So I spoke to some of my closest friends and family about it, and they gave me some good advice, telling me things that I had no idea about.
Since my son was three, finding a good daycare center was important, they said. Little did I know that by this time, as most toddlers will have by the age of three, he developed around 1,000 trillion connections between the cells in the brain, which is actually around twice as many as the average adult has. The average two year old adds around five entirely new words to their vocabulary every day, too. How crazy is that?
Apparently, the ears of a toddler are also better at picking up high frequency sounds than the ears of an adult, which is why loud noises are more alarming to them. For this reason I decided to hone my search to a daycare that was some place out of the city. Some place quieter.
But I wanted a place where he would be plenty active, too, though, because a two year old is, in general, more active than at any other point in their lives. Though my son is three, he is still as rambunctious as ever, which is why I wanted a daycare that would keep up with him.
If none of the above convinced you that daycare is important, than consider its history. In fact, during Wold War II, the Federal Government sponsored daycare for about 400,000 preschool children. Can you believe that?
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