Month: July 2013

A blog from the other side of my life – teaching

I’m a teacher. I’ve wanted to teach children since I was in grade 6. No matter what I did, that wish did not waver. Until now.  Now, after 11 years of teaching, and 2 years of watching my children go through the school system, I am wavering. And it makes me sad. I love teaching, […]

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Updates to the website

If there is one constant in life, it’s change.  Here at dayhomeregistry.com we’re always looking to improve your experience, so we thought we’d update you with a few of the little changes introduced this week (version 3.0.0).There are 3 changes this go around, mostly for Dayhome operators: When you login and edit your dayhome, you can […]

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5 steps to happy goodbyes

We’ve all been there, or seen it. Kids in the throws of a full blown tantrum because they A – didn’t want Mommy or Daddy to go to work, or B (and sometimes AND B) – didn’t want to leave dayhome/daycare because they were having so much fun! I’ve been on both ends, and through trial […]

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Guest Post: Construction

An absolutely FANTASTIC play idea from one of our dayhome providers. You can check out Alicia’s Dayhome Registry Page here Construction Sensory BinAs we are living playing in a new neighbourhood that is under construction and the kids are completely obsessed with all of the heavy duty machinery, I figured what better sensory bin than […]

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