Finding High Quality Care

A Special World ...

As a mother, you have nourished growth of your child in your own body for 9 months and Sheelagh Lennon wrote perfectly this feeling between your child and you.

A special world for you and me
A special bond one cannot see
It wraps us up in its cocoon
And holds us fiercely in its womb.

Its fingers spread like fine spun gold
Gently nestling us to the fold
Like silken thread it holds us fast
Bonds like this are meant to last.

And though at times a thread may break
A new one forms in its wake
To bind us closer and keep us strong
In a special world, where we belong.

Care for your child

I understand the emotions experienced by you in separating from infants. I provide a warm, nurturing environment, which will help to ease your mind during this period of separation. I pay careful attention to your instructions regarding feedings, naps, diapering and other concerns. I comply with NC State regulations for diapering sanitization instructions fully.

I will communicate information about your child's day to you through the use of a daily written record and by personal contact. A variety of activities will fill your child's day, including quiet and active play, fine and gross motor activities and visual and auditory stimulation.

In my family home daycare, your infant and babies are in an ideal small group size to develop strong attachments to me. I genuinely love babies and I am prepared to respond to their needs as quickly and effectively as possible.

Your baby will be able to eat and sleep when their own bodies dictate rather than a clock schedule but at the same time I provide them a predictable environment in which they will feel secure. Also, I provide them a safe yet stimulating environment in which they are free to explore as opposed to confining your babies to playpens or cribs for unreasonably long portions of the day.

I will take care of the special developmental, social, intellectual and physical needs of your child through cooperative group and parallel play, large and small motor skill activities and language development.

According to individual readiness and parents' instructions, I work with toddlers to develop self-help skills in eating and toilet training. Children will participate in dramatic play, music, arts and crafts, science and food experiences all geared to their level of interest and ability.

After I greet your child to my daycare, I interact with your child for following tentative activities but not limited to:


  • Schedule Feeding
  • Watch Short Cartoon Movies (two times per week)
  • Simple Craft for Fun Block Activities
  • Fun Games
  • Learning Rhymes
  • Alphabets Flashcards
  • A nursery rhyme or story with a corresponding project
  • Language development
  • Labeling and describing objects and events
  • Helping children put feelings into words


  • Read Stories
  • Simple Craft for Fun Block Activities
  • Watch short cartoon movies (two times per week)
  • Learning Alphabets
  • Spelling Scramble
  • Picture Book Dictionary
  • Elementary Math Games
  • Art Projects


Research on early care and education programs and services has identified some key elements that contribute to high quality. The most important of these are providing activities based on child development knowledge, and ensuring that the adults who provide programs and services have had training and education that prepares them to do this work. In this regard, I have completed all required courses in child care as mandated by State of North Carolina.

No matter what type of child care you choose, there are certain credentials, such as state licensing and accreditation, which will tell you whether the programs or providers you are considering are providing services that meet state or even national standards. In this regard, I am a licensed child care provider from State of North Carolina. Please check my credentials at this link.

My child care credentials and my child care license are displayed publicly at my facility. My current child care license is at 3 stars.