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One of our sidekicks will be moving out of state in August. Though we will miss him and are very sad to see him go, we are very excited to invite a new friend to play with us! Since all … Continue reading
All enrollment spots have been filled for Mindy’s Little Sidekicks! I will have three infants in care, besides Oliver, with my first client starting in July. I am so excited to get started! Should any enrollment spots open up, I will post … Continue reading
Just a heads up for anyone considering care at Mindy’s Little Sidekicks: This week two spots have been filled! There is only one spot remaining, so please contact me to schedule a meeting as soon as possible!
Please visit the Successful Parenting Today blog to learn about the importance of Communicating With Caregivers About Your Child’s Allergies. At Mindy’s Little Sidekicks we take the health of your child very seriously. With our small ratio of four children to … Continue reading
According to child care expert, Robin McClure’s article Top Reasons to Consider Family Child Care, here are some of the benefits of sending your child to in-home care: 1. Kids Receive Care in Home Situation 2. Child-Provider Ratios are Small 3. Family Providers … Continue reading