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    Default At what age did you send your child to childcare and for how many days?

    As the title suggests please hubbers tell me at what age you send your child to child care?I am returning to work in april and DS would be 10 months by then...jus curious to know from others..
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    DS1 - 2 years (2 days a week)
    DS2 - 16 months (2 days a week)

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    I retuned to work 3 days before dd was 5 months. She started cc at that time five days a week. We dropped a day last year when my chic care benefit went down

    I'm a preschool teacher in our bubs room out of the 13 babies we have enrolled across the week 4 are full time another 3 come 3 days a week.

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    I went back to work 2 days a week when dd was 12 months and she went into daycare for those days. We did that for 2 months and then upped it to 3! She loves it and I can see how much she is getting out of the interaction with other kids!

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    Subscribing! I am thinking about doing some part time work towards the end of the year, when DD is around 12+ months so I'd like to see what others say.

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    DS was 10 months - still bawls his eyes out when I drop him off and I feel MEGA guilty even 2 months later! But apparently he stops after 5 mins. He goes 2 consecutive days a week.

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    She was 1.5 but not really "sent off" because she came to work with me. 2 days at first, then 3, then full time, then we had trouble so I lost it, quit work, pulled her out, then got her in elsewhere for 3 days while I worked those days.

    Had I not needed to work, it would have been never.

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    2 days at 3 months for my son.

    Will be 2 days at approx 6 months for this child.

    Too young, but I had to return to pt work.

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    DD 8 months, DS 6 months

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    my son was 1, it was for 1 day/week.

    my baby girl has just started 1/2 day (hubby looks after her for the rest of the day) as i am back at work 1 day/week.


 

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