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    I does depend on where you are located. I am in Sydney, however our area is especially competitive with childcare costs. In other areas it would probably be cheap at $9/hr.

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    My fdc was 10/hr and provided nothing. Not even sheets, a face washer to wipe faves after lunch or milk for cereal. I've only ever seen 2 lots of craft from DS. She has recently gone up to $14/hr, still providing nothing. The only other fdc in town was 8 something and provides basically everything except nappies formula etc. think she's now 11 with the ratio change.

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    Thank you all for your input. I wouldn't be providing food or nappies, if I do it would be at an extra cost. I would provide, bedding, wipes do baking as part of my programme ect.

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    I paid $8.50 an hour when DS1 was at fdc. I supplied everything. I loved his carer, I'd send DS2 there if we were still in that area.

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