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    Ds 1- 2 years, ds3 - 20 months, ds3 will be never as I'm now a full time sahm.

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    Ds 26months. Dd 10months.

    Only for social reasons they love it and go twice a week from 8am till 4pm

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    DS 8 months 2 days a week in family day care

    DD 6 months 2 days a week in child care centre

    Im still struggling with DD and go back to work next week as more a necessity than a desire, as it was with DS

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    DS was 7 months started him one day per week and built it up to full time over a 3 month period. He was only in care 5 months full time until I went on maternity leave again.

    :-) DD was 5 months, she is in full time care with me lol, I couldn't leave my babies so I opened a family day care. I have the best of both worlds now earning money and being home with my babies everyday.

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    Ds#1 was 3 yrs old and went for 2 days a week until he started big school

    Ds#2 was 22 months for 1 day a week, but he didnt adapt well at all and we pulled him out after 4 months... He wont be going back, maybe at 4 yrs so he can prep for school.

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    18 months for 2 days. He would have gone at 12 months but we didn't get a spot till 18 months.

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    14 months she started in occasional care, now at 21 months she goes 1 day a week

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    Two days a week at 2years of age, then 3days at three years, 4 days at 4 years until school started.

    That allowed me to gradually build back up to full time hours.

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    From 4.5 months DD was in child care centre 4 days a week on certain weeks.

    From 10 months she was in 3 days a week on 'off' weeks and 4 days a week as above.

    From 23 months she was in full time.

    At 3 she goes to pre-school 2 days a week.

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    I started my daughter at daycare when she was almost 9 months old. She goes 3 days a week and absolutely adores it! Probably the best thing we ever did for her!!!


 

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