Ive been home with my son since he was born, hes now 16mo. I recently got a job at a preschool & my son will be joining me there when hes 18months old. As of right now, he will only be there from about 230-430, sometimes 6. Ive always worked in preschools but now that its MY child, im so nervous! Hes so attached to me and hes so used to the way I do things. My biggest concerns (besides seperation anxiety & bullying) is nap time & lunch time! Im afraid he wont lay on his mat n nap, hes used to me rockin him to sleep at nap time. And lunch, i still cut up his food to small bite size peices. (before last week he still only had 4teeth, now he has 6, all in front) And the school they dont chop up anything for them...that makes me really nervous! And also, he hasnt mastered the spoon/fork deal. O and they dont have highchairs, they sit at the table! This is alot to take on for a child whos been at home everyday, advice please!Answer Question
Answer by maxsmom11807 at 1:58 PM on Aug. 30, 2010
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Answer by MommyH2 at 2:01 PM on Aug. 30, 2010
Do child care in your home or go to other people's home. If you take care of rich people's kids you can make lots of $$. I would take care of other people's babies like my own - wear them in a sling, attachment parenting, family outings to children's museum, ect. and people would pay a lot to know their babies were being cared for as they wanted. I would usually only take care of one baby until they were 18 mo. and make as much as if I had a job.
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