Child Care Centers
Mrs Momma

Wylie, TX

#103 Jul 11, 2008
Miss Momma wrote:
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Yes they did--RSV outbreak. Why in the world-after reading and blogging here - would you want to go have a look? If you do though-go during nap time so you can hear all of them in the office trash talking parents. Alrighty now..Im done! Yall have a good day and GO PRAY!
All daycares are at risk for an outbreak of RSV every year and I can assure you that Blossom Blooms is not the only one that has an outbreak. The child you so disrespectfully brought up did not "die" at Blossom Blooms she died in a hospital! My daughter worked for Blossom Blooms at the time and I can tell you how upset everyone at that daycare was about the little girls passing. Shame on you for trying to make a horrible situation look even worse by implying Blossom Blooms did anything wrong in caring for that child. I hope CPS does catch up with you one of these days and your children get the care and love that every child deserves. Maybe your child will be placed in a loving foster home and get the honor of attending Blossom Blooms and get all the love and care he or she deserves from those that are so willing to give it to so many wonderful children.
KaDonna Flood

Paris, TX

#104 Jul 11, 2008
I am truly blessed to hear such wonderful things about our daycare. It looks like something so negative turned out to be a situation that allowed our true light here at Blossom's Blooms Learning Center shine bright. Thank you to the many parents and friends that have offered such kind words. We love all of you very much and deeply appreciate you sharing your kids lives with us. We absolutely never have a dull moment around here.
Blossoms Bloom parent

Sulphur, OK

#105 Jul 11, 2008
KaDonna Flood wrote:
I am truly blessed to hear such wonderful things about our daycare. It looks like something so negative turned out to be a situation that allowed our true light here at Blossom's Blooms Learning Center shine bright. Thank you to the many parents and friends that have offered such kind words. We love all of you very much and deeply appreciate you sharing your kids lives with us. We absolutely never have a dull moment around here.
Mrs. Kadonna, Our family loves you, your family, and your staff very much. You just have to stay in business for another 5 years at least. It's the law! I know there are many other families that are very grateful to have your center available. It is an honor that my child attends Blossom's Blooms. I had to beg to get in because your baby room was full, and I'll beg you to stay open if I ever think ya'll are closing!
anonymous

Paris, TX

#106 Jul 11, 2008
SHOCKED wrote:
Miss Momma, CPS or police may find that interesting that you are the only one that doesn't have to answer to anyone. Wheter your alone or not the drug is still illegal and that puts your child at risk. And for your info, I believe it is our business cause you brought it our here. If you don't want people to know your business stop throwing it around. The fact still remains that YOU choose to do illegal drugs while parenting a child. It is wrong and in know way can you make it right. Your judgement is impaired and everything you say after admitting to drug use is discredited. You need to sit down and truly think about your choices and how they effect your child. Lets say you are smoking pot alone but get busted. Who will take care of your child? what will that do to your future, job, finances? It is dumb and I believe you know it.
How many of you parents are putting your children at risk by smoking cigarettes? I doubt if this miss momma smokes pot around her child. Do you drink for recreation? What's the difference? I'm older and honestly have never smoked pot, but a buzz is a buzz, right? So go smoke your cigarettes and drink a beer. It's probably worse than what she's doing.
anonymoustoo

Paris, TX

#107 Jul 11, 2008
The difference is that cigarettes and alcohol are perfectly legal and pot will get you thrown in prison! Not to mention get your kids taken away from you! Don't try and justify illegal drug use by comparing it to casual drinking or smoking cigarettes! That is just childish!
Blossoms Bloom parent

Sulphur, OK

#108 Jul 11, 2008
anonymous wrote:
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How many of you parents are putting your children at risk by smoking cigarettes? I doubt if this miss momma smokes pot around her child. Do you drink for recreation? What's the difference? I'm older and honestly have never smoked pot, but a buzz is a buzz, right? So go smoke your cigarettes and drink a beer. It's probably worse than what she's doing.
Yeah, I drink. When my child is asleep and I have a non-drinker at the house to watch her. Or I have taken her somewhere "safe" for the night and I can have my adult fun. It's legal and I don't feel bad for doing it. I don't get "drunk". I just like a drink or two on occasion in the comfort of my own home with my friends and family (all adults) of course. My daughter-in-law does the same. I also have a 2 year old grandchild as well as a 3 year old of my own. Sometimes we hire a sitter to come to the house for the night so that we can have some fun and release some stress ourselves. When they outlaw alcohol, then I guess I will quit. In the meantime, I don't drink and drive, because that IS illegal. I don't do drugs either. I don't think it's okay to "sneak a drink" when my child isn't looking. I don't go outside and have a drink or a "doobie" and then return to care for my child. I am an intelligent, well educated adult. I don't think what I do in my spare time, with my adult life, without my child around,(as long as it's legal) has to be justified.
mother of 2

Bailey, TX

#109 Jul 11, 2008
miss mama thats what u call yourself how abt miss child because thats what you are acting like how dare u attack bb they have been a god send to me and my children i have never met such good people my children love kadonna and debbie and the whole staff so miss mama so you call yourself i think it should be miss dope head tramp but no one asked me get over yourself your probably just mad becuase you didnt pay your childcare bill and debbie put her foot down thats what happens when you would rather buy pot than pay pay for childcare
mother of 2

Bailey, TX

#110 Jul 11, 2008
by the way we love bb and debbie and kadonna i would recommend them to anyone but dont take my word for give them a visit please dont listen to miss pothead if she is taking a personal problem and using to trash a childcare center what does that say abt her judge of character they are wonderful people and very fair and very trustworthy pay them a visit i promise you wont be disappointed
Sitter

Paris, TX

#111 Jul 11, 2008
I have a 4 1/2 month old, and i am looking for a new sitter... not really wanting to send her to daycare yet unless i have to.. i would like an individual who can spend much one on one time with her at their home or mine.. her babysitter will no longer be able to keep her once school starts back.. Any recommendations??
concerned2

Paris, TX

#112 Jul 11, 2008
thank you sitter for getting everyones focus back on the topic..
grandmother of 6

Blossom, TX

#113 Jul 11, 2008
my grandchildren have never been in daycare anywhere except in reno and they will never be in daycare anywhere except in reno at blossomsblooms. let me know and i'll give you the names of several, several people who agree.
yes maam

United States

#114 Jul 11, 2008
Sitter wrote:
I have a 4 1/2 month old, and i am looking for a new sitter... not really wanting to send her to daycare yet unless i have to.. i would like an individual who can spend much one on one time with her at their home or mine.. her babysitter will no longer be able to keep her once school starts back.. Any recommendations??
STay home with your child. Cut corners, pinch pennies or even keep a child or two yourself but your child needs YOU not anyone else. You will never get these years back. you can always work later.
Satisfied

Blossom, TX

#115 Jul 11, 2008
grandmother of 6 wrote:
my grandchildren have never been in daycare anywhere except in reno and they will never be in daycare anywhere except in reno at blossomsblooms. let me know and i'll give you the names of several, several people who agree.
Thank you!!
Sitter

Paris, TX

#116 Jul 11, 2008
THat is why i only work 3 days a week!.. so i can stay home with her the other 4 days!
working mom

United States

#117 Jul 11, 2008
As much as some of us would LOVE to stay home, we're unable to. Unless you have a hubby with an excellent job it takes two paychecks. You can't get back the years you're at work, but you spend as much time as you can with them and send to a daycare or individual you can trust. If you find an individual make sure they've got lots of good references from the past, I've heard more horror stories from individuals keeping kids in their home or the child's than about daycares. There are several good daycares to choose from in Paris. My children attend Blossom's Blooms. They are what I have found to be the best daycare for me and my children. I've had bad experiences with other daycares that some people love. Do you research and make lots of drop in visits to see the daycare. As a parent only you'll ever be able to decide what's best you you and your child/children. Asking around about daycares you will hear good and bad about ever daycare.
parent

Sulphur, OK

#118 Jul 11, 2008
Jackson Representative wrote:
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Okay let's start listing! You tell me any name you want to and I'll tell you if they like you or not! And by the way, let's switch to the other side of Steve and Eldon's family; the first person we'll talk about is the name of your baby's daddy!!!! I seem to recall that he is a cousin, right?
huh???? father of my children a jackson relative?? no. I am of no relation to the jacksons. i said earlier i went to school with steve & eldon. cause you have me mistaken for someone else.
parent

Sulphur, OK

#119 Jul 11, 2008
sorry typo - guess you have me mistaken......
My3AngelBoys

Blossom, TX

#120 Jul 11, 2008
I have read the many posts regarding Blossom's Blooms Daycare. Although my children no longer attend, I would highly recommend this child care facility to anyone who is looking. The sole reason my boys do not attend now is simply b/c when I wanted to re-enroll after having our 3rd little one, EVERYTHING WAS FULL. Quite obviously daycare centers who aren't extremely well run do not have full classes. The cirriculum they teach and the hands on time with the children they spend is absolutely irreplacable in my opinion. These people spend each day trying to mold good Christian citizens b/c their parents have to work. They deserve a medal, not to be ripped apart at the seams by someone with a personal grudge. Maybe the ones who are so vehemently trying to ruin a reputation should learn a little about putting into perspective personal feelings versus cold hard facts.
nosy

Paris, TX

#121 Jul 11, 2008
i used to work with a guy at the water department in paris, he also worked a second job calling bingo. super nice guy UNTIL he married a woman who was a total psycho. he ended up losing his job at the city, lost the house his grandmother left him, got into legal trouble,etc. all because of drugs. i have wondered what ever happened to him, and if he got away from the wife and drugs,etc. is this the same steve referred to in the earlier posts? or different person/same name?
unhappy

Clarksville, TX

#122 Jul 12, 2008
for one thing yall need to hush it up blossoms blooms is the best i konw

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