When I needed to find childcare for my son, I started calling the home day cares in my area and I realized a lot of them did not speak proper/fluent English and it made me extremely uncomfortable. Now I am white, but my son is bi-racial, and I have plenty of friends who are different ethnicities so it's not like I'm prejudice, but for some reason I was more comfortable leaving my son with the white, upper middle-class, English-only speaking woman who he has now been with for over a year. I guess maybe it is just because I know he will be cared for in a similar environment and in the same manor I am raising him. Am I wrong for being uncomfortable with someone different than me caring for my child?
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