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Old 07-24-2012, 12:36 PM
 
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can someone recommend a reasonably priced daycare in the edina area. i know about club kid edina. but they dont take babies. i have an 8 month old baby
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:10 PM
 
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club kid in edina closed this spring.
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Old 07-24-2012, 02:52 PM
 
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Try calling the small in-home family daycares. They tend to have the most reasonable prices. I found this list of contact numbers: Group Home Day Care | Home Daycare in Richfield, Minnesota | Richfield MN Family Child Care | ChildcareCenter.us My young niece attends one in Richfield that her family loves. You'll probably have to do a lot of calling to find a place that has an opening (they usually only have spots for a few infants), so I'd call first, and then if they have room and the price is right then go take a tour and ask to speak to current parents/references. In-home daycares still aren't cheap for babies, but they are generally much less than the corporate centers. I know there are a few in-home daycares over in Armatage and Kenny in Minneapolis right to the north of 62 (think there's a couple around 56th Street between Penn and Lyndale, or at least I've seen signs and flyers in the past) so you may want to throw those into the mix, too.
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Old 07-24-2012, 09:41 PM
 
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can someone recommend a reasonably priced daycare in the edina area. i know about club kid edina. but they dont take babies. i have an 8 month old baby
My wife worked at Especially for Children and I went there at one point in my childhood.....they do an amazing job with your kids and the only age limit is older than 3 months and younger than 6 (I think). It IS expensive though -- $15K/year not out of the question! Check it out anyways (my wife worked at Edinborough, near I-494 and York Ave).
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