whats the best infant daycare in the ...
preggers

Jefferson City, MO

#22 Dec 27, 2012
Huddle House wrote:
The answer is simple, stay with your own baby until school. Nothing beats the care and attention of a Mom at home. Is work a higher priority????
YOU DON'T THINK I DON'T WANT TO STAT HOME WITH MY BABIES??? of course I do but I need the health insurance and can't get it any other way. Screw you for being so judgmental of my unwillingness to let the government support my family.
Lmao

Rolla, MO

#23 Dec 27, 2012
Idk why it wasnt shut down but it did happen i know thw parent. This isnt this first time ita been brought up either.
Lmao

Rolla, MO

#24 Dec 27, 2012
Preggers its nice you do want to stay home!:) my sister has her child in a private home daycare which i hear are better than anything else if you wanted yo do that. Rollanet has adds for them and of course youd basically interview them and view where the childcare is. If that helps any!:) best of luck and congrats on the pregnancy!
iwouldknow

Belton, MO

#25 Dec 27, 2012
Sabcc is a great place for any age child! We teach the children ABC's, numbers and help them get prepared for school. There are always accidents at daycares and I would never bash on a daycare(including stepping stones and creative kids)for physical accidents because to be honest stuff happens if it wouldn't have happened there it would have happened at home. Kids are kids and they don't always watch where there going(true of all age children;)). We show the kids the love and attention they need to develop into great people when there parents can't always be around to give it to them. We love the kiddos almost as much as their parents do and we do our best helping these busy parents raise their children. I love working at sabcc and would never work anywhere else or send my child to daycare anywhere else :)
Lmao

Rolla, MO

#26 Dec 28, 2012
Agreed sabc is a great place and i agree with everything else you said! I worked there for over 5 years.

Ive also worked at stepping stones for a year or so and i dont recommend them because of the accidents that have happened and because there has been a director in and out cuz they cant handle it. So many parents just last year pulled their kids because of the issues at stepping stones. They dont havw a full daycare because of it.

Sabc does last i recall has a full daycare and does a great job!!
Christine

Springfield, MO

#27 Dec 28, 2012
You are working because you need health insurance? What health insurance did you have when you delivered. Isn't the father's health insurance enough for the entire family. Your husband is the one who shud be working to provide for his children and wife. How does your husband and child's father feel about strangers raising his child?

Huddle House is correct. Mom's need to stay home for a first few years,or else the child suffers.
preggers

Fairfax, VA

#28 Dec 28, 2012
Christine wrote:
You are working because you need health insurance? What health insurance did you have when you delivered. Isn't the father's health insurance enough for the entire family. Your husband is the one who shud be working to provide for his children and wife. How does your husband and child's father feel about strangers raising his child?

Huddle House is correct. Mom's need to stay home for a first few years,or else the child suffers.
Holy gees! I haven't delivered yet so my own health insurance will be footing the bill. Second of all my husband (the baby's father) is covered under my insurance because he is self employed and probably does make enough for us to live except we cannot get individual coverage.(we've tried). Holy Christ you all a judgmental bunch. My income is nothing after I pay our health insurance premiums but we can't live without it. We wouldn't qualify for Medicaid with just his income ( unless i popped out about 3 more kids) so without it I would be footing the $12000 bill for my delivery. Let alone anything else might go wrong. Two years ago he had a freak hospitalization for a lung infection. It was a $30000 hospital bill! How the hell am I suppose to go without health insurance. It makes a $500 a month tab for daycare look minimal. I never asked anyone wether or not I should stay home. Every mother wants to stay home but it's not possible for some. Get off your high horse and unless you have a good suggestion on a daycare, kindly screw off.
question

Jefferson City, MO

#29 Dec 28, 2012
preggers wrote:
<quoted text>Holy gees! I haven't delivered yet so my own health insurance will be footing the bill. Second of all my husband (the baby's father) is covered under my insurance because he is self employed and probably does make enough for us to live except we cannot get individual coverage.(we've tried). Holy Christ you all a judgmental bunch. My income is nothing after I pay our health insurance premiums but we can't live without it. We wouldn't qualify for Medicaid with just his income ( unless i popped out about 3 more kids) so without it I would be footing the $12000 bill for my delivery. Let alone anything else might go wrong. Two years ago he had a freak hospitalization for a lung infection. It was a $30000 hospital bill! How the hell am I suppose to go without health insurance. It makes a $500 a month tab for daycare look minimal. I never asked anyone wether or not I should stay home. Every mother wants to stay home but it's not possible for some. Get off your high horse and unless you have a good suggestion on a daycare, kindly screw off.
Excellent response! It's absolutely no ones business!
Lmao

Rolla, MO

#30 Dec 28, 2012
Preggers good response youll figure it all out don't worry what some of these people say!
Zoner

Warsaw, MO

#31 Dec 28, 2012
preggers wrote:
<quoted text>Holy gees! I haven't delivered yet so my own health insurance will be footing the bill. Second of all my husband (the baby's father) is covered under my insurance because he is self employed and probably does make enough for us to live except we cannot get individual coverage.(we've tried). Holy Christ you all a judgmental bunch. My income is nothing after I pay our health insurance premiums but we can't live without it. We wouldn't qualify for Medicaid with just his income ( unless i popped out about 3 more kids) so without it I would be footing the $12000 bill for my delivery. Let alone anything else might go wrong. Two years ago he had a freak hospitalization for a lung infection. It was a $30000 hospital bill! How the hell am I suppose to go without health insurance. It makes a $500 a month tab for daycare look minimal. I never asked anyone wether or not I should stay home. Every mother wants to stay home but it's not possible for some. Get off your high horse and unless you have a good suggestion on a daycare, kindly screw off.
PERFECT response!!
Zoner

Warsaw, MO

#32 Dec 28, 2012
Zoner wrote:
<quoted text>PERFECT response!!
Deb's Babies & Tots on Cedar is AWESOME - many Rolla teachers use her and I've only heard great things about her day-care. A lot if the time my grand kids don't want to leave ;-)!!
Wow

Jefferson City, MO

#33 Dec 28, 2012
Finally someone who don't live off of goverment money!!!!

Since: May 12

Litchfield, MN

#34 Dec 28, 2012
Jannell Abbott's home daycare called Above & Beyond. I looked at all the daycare's listed in previous posts and was not impressed. Jannell's is a smaller amount of children & they get lots of attention.
positive thoughts

Warrensburg, MO

#35 Mar 7, 2013
Stepping stones is good with babies. But for 2 an up it sucks. They have to many kids and not enough workers and kids run around crazy most of the time. And if you want your kids to eat real food don't send them there. They serve vegetarian.
mommy

United States

#36 Mar 7, 2013
Dee humphrey is the best around
Wow

Waynesville, MO

#37 Mar 8, 2013
a Rolla citizen wrote:
Jannell Abbott's home daycare called Above & Beyond. I looked at all the daycare's listed in previous posts and was not impressed. Jannell's is a smaller amount of children & they get lots of attention.
How many does she have? If it's in her home she can only have 4.
blahblahblah

Rolla, MO

#38 Mar 8, 2013
Wow wrote:
<quoted text>How many does she have? If it's in her home she can only have 4.
Not if she is licensed.
Pineappleingreat escape

Rolla, MO

#39 Mar 8, 2013
Wow wrote:
<quoted text>How many does she have? If it's in her home she can only have 4.
That rule really can't be applied anyway considering people have more than 4 kids. So even if they're "breaking the law" nothing can be done. My mom did it for 10+ years.
Wow

Waynesville, MO

#40 Mar 8, 2013
Yeah they can get in trouble with the state. Just sat through the 2 hr meeting in Jeff City for all of this. Been in daycare business for 13 years now. Technically even though she's licensed if she's got more than 4 she's supposed to be somewhere other than where she lives.
Day care

United States

#41 Mar 9, 2013
Wow wrote:
Yeah they can get in trouble with the state. Just sat through the 2 hr meeting in Jeff City for all of this. Been in daycare business for 13 years now. Technically even though she's licensed if she's got more than 4 she's supposed to be somewhere other than where she lives.
I dont think very many people on this forum know what their talking about. You can have more than 4 kids in a group home which is also your family dwelling as long as your licensed. Been there done that, go to MO dept. of health and senior services and it will provide u with any information u need and I also wouldnt recommend Church daycares because they dont have to follow state sanitation and fire regulations..

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