My darling daughter is now 2 years old and in the toddler stage where she can be trained to be independent for a little while. I guess this is the preschool age. Moms like me who want to go back to work, think of enrolling their young kids to play school or daycare. I went to visit the site of the play school in our town and it seems like it would be interesting to tour around.
When my husband and I knew that we were expecting, he wanted me to stop working for a while so I could focus on my pregnancy and take care of the baby after delivery. And yes, I did it. I am very proud of myself that, despite the lack of sleep and baby blues, I am keeping my sanity. Hahaha! Kidding aside, being a parent requires hard work in order to have happy kids and keep the family in good harmony.
One part of the parents’ responsibilities involves providing our children the opportunity to get a high quality education. Starting at a very young age, preschoolers should be in a school where they get the learning they need. This will give them a head start. My husband and I has been talking about enrolling our darling daughter in preschool. But we agreed to wait until she is 4. I just brought it up to him because my cousin’s kid is in Connecticut day care. She said the facilities are very appealing and have a very child-friendly environment. There is a CT preschool close to her house. Now that her daughter is going there, she has more time for taking care of the house and being with her youngest child as well. We were talking about my plan of going back to work and she is excited for me, and I am looking forward to it. Hopefully I can find a place like CT daycare for my darling daughter.