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Dear Mothers,

 

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This letter is for those who wish to return home, whose heart is in the home and those who are looking for quality childcare in the home.    Not baby sitting and not a large 12-16 kid childcare but a small one that will compliment you and your children’s needs.  Or maybe you would like to slow down and start your own home childcare. and add extra income while allowing you to oversee your own children.  This letter is also for mothers who want to stay home with their children only.  If you are looking into my childcare and want to understand my heart better please feel free to continue reading as I share with other Mothers.

 

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 So Moms...maybe you would like to embark on the journey of educating yourself in the Montessori Method or maybe not.  Maybe you would just like the basics and/or a support group of others like you.  Or maybe you just need some ideas.  Whatever the need is contact me if you would like support.  A small childcare with a renewed since of childhood and time to enjoy the children can be very therapeutic and restoring for you and the children whether you are a Professional Mom, Stay at Home Mom or Grandmother.  The heart is this: A desire to enjoy your own and or help others enjoy their own children or grandchildren during those early and quickly passing years.  Getting together with others and sharing experiences is one great way to begin. -Blog Roll

 

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If you want to check into Montessori, look at the link for training colleges on my site.  Mine ran about $4,000 and now needs to be after an AA but even a BA or MA depending on which college you go to.  Others are less expensive and yet  I might be willing to do a study group for those interested to get the basics down before deciding.  This could include how to get started in your own family childcare.  Mine has never been bigger than 5.  However, I may put on a "summer cooking time" .

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I hope you can see in my pictures that I truly enjoy what I do.  I have rediscovered the joy and gift of childhood but at a slower pace.  Working with the children through the early stages of development and knowing what to look for in order to assist them has been very rewarding.  Also, understanding that the home can naturally have everything needed to form a lasting foundation for future learning and discovery confirms my heart for the home.  Abe Lincoln once said, "I owe all that I am to my Mother”.  If your heart is for the home so let it be and lift up your head and be proud!   Since putting up this letter I have already met another Grandmother and Dr's wife.  She said this has answered her prayers for direction. 

 

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 It can take time to figure out what works for you.  I have cared for two boys from 4mo to over 3 yrs all the while my home has gone through many changes to assist their development as well as other babies/toddlers.   The home is a living environment.

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