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the Price of Daycare for one Child between 1 and 12 Months

Price 
Location 
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Description
$ 143
Jan 2008
Cincinnati, Ohio
4 months
Three days a week at secure and clean center  more... close row
$ 180
Apr 2009
Medina OH
1yrs old.
Homey cost-effective day care for one year old  more... close row
$ 107
Mar 2008
Tallassee, AL
1 month
Weekly care for an infant  more... close row
$ 120
Jan 2007
Romeo, michigan
9 months
In home licensed daycare  more... close row
$ 500
Mar 2008
Ocala,Fl
12 months
Small family daycare  more... close row
$ 85
Mar 2007
Mount Pleasant, MI
3 months
Easy going daycare service for 3 month old  more... close row
$ 2
Sep 2007
Bandon, OR
8 months
Random part time hours 3-5 days per week  more... close row
$ 145
Mar 2008
Garland Texas
10 months
Daily care of my infants  more... close row
$ 125
Apr 2008
Augusta, GA
6 mos
Child care for three days a week  more... close row
$ 650
Mar 2008
Garland, TX
1 month
Baby sitter for two infant girls  more... close row
$ 400
Mar 2008
Wellington, FL
11 months
Mothers make great babysitters  more... close row

Description of service

Our childcare provider is a mother of another infant that cares for ours in her home; her baby is her third child, so she has a lot of experience in raising infants. She provides care for our son six days a week, from 8 am to 6 pm. She has been taking care of him for four months now and in her care, he has gone from a very introverted, bump on a log to an outgoing, mobile and very vocal toddler. I would attribute this change 100% to her care and my son's interaction with her son. She takes our infant everywhere: to the mall, to the beach, to restaurants and we feel completely safe whenever she is out with him.


Review of Service

I feel as if I have been very lucky when comparing myself to other people's childcare experiences. I couldn't ask for anything more. I feel that I have a healthier baby, both physically and mental because of the care he gets from her.


Tips

I guess the moral of the story here is that you get what you pay for. I'm not sure if I could find someone who would provide such perfect care for my son at this quality and quantity of time for this price.