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Old 05-04-2011, 03:45 PM   #12
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Re: Do most hospitals have daycare?

Originally Posted by lilac0226 View Post
If I were you I would try to find a nanny/babysitter that will come to your home. This might be an ideal job for someone going to college, you could probably even try talking to the child development department at a local college to see if you could post an ad or if they have anyone they recommend.

If your nursing that may make a hospital day care better, I've never heard of one being 24 hours.

My husband and I both used to work long and crazy hours. I just really preferred the kids being able to stay with their routine of sleeping in their beds, waking up at home and having their own belongings. I am fortunate that I live in Oregon where daycare is cheaper so I used to pay $7/hour for 3 kids. So I guess the going rate in your area will also make a difference of whether a nanny/babysitter is an option.

Good luck finding daycare that will work.
Yes I am looking into this I was just wondering about hospital day cares. We had a daycare lady but she can't do it any more and I can understand. So I'm just trying to figure out what's out there.

It would be nice to have them at home, especially if I have late hours and nice to not have to drag them someone where in the morning and rush around.

Just need to figure out if I can afford a Nanny since my day care lady was pretty cheap.
Michelle~Nurse to many Wife to DH, Nate 09/23/06 and Mommy to Lucas 2/28/09 and Cecelia 2/27/11! Fur babies Stampy and Kimber. ~No man is a failure who has friends~
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