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Old 05-12-2006, 02:23 PM
 
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Hi,

I dont want this to sound like a commerical, because it is not. OK, maybe in a way it is. But if you are moving to Idaho and have children, you have to have someone to take care of them, right? Most folks go for the Day Care optioin. And Day Care is fine. There are some good Day Cares out there and some not so good ones. But if you really want your child to receive the best one-on-one care, and upbringing, you should consider a Nanny.

Sure its a little more expensive than Day Care, but after you factor in such things the cost of you having to stay home to care for a sick child, it starts to make financial sence.

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Phillip

Last edited by Marka; 05-12-2006 at 11:49 PM..
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