Monday, January 26, 2009


Getting use to and socializing with other babies
Lots to look at/being entertained 24/7
I can run over and see her anytime I want (it's less than 2 miles from work)
My milk supply is going up since I can nurse her on my lunch break

Not knowing exactly what goes on when I'm not there: how well they treat her, what she is doing, if she is happy, etc etc
Not spending time with her myself
Catching lots of germs from the other babies
The cost

Whichever way you look at it doesn't matter really, because Christina has to be in daycare three days a week. We just can't afford another option. So, I try to think of the Pro's more than the Con's. Honestly, I think it is really good for her because she seems to get bored really easily when she is at home. At Daycare there is so much to do and see.

Christina just finished her first week at daycare. I think it went pretty well. We are both adjusting. She isn't taking real naps there, but I guess I expected that. Between the noise and not wanting to miss anything, she just can't sleep. I'm sure over time that will change. Until then, she has been sleeping almost the entire time she isn't at daycare. So at least I know she is getting the rest she needs.

I'm going to give this Daycare thing another week and then I'll report back. It is so new right now that I'm not totally sure how I feel about it.

1 comment:

  1. Awww, I just saw the picture of Christina in the little purple overalls - is that what Scott and I gave her? She is ADORABLE!


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