Choosing child care for your infant is a very important decision, one that should only be made after you have conducted in-person interviews with the caregivers and visited the site to assess the quality of care provided.
Here are some important things to look for, as well as some helpful questions to ask potential caregivers before choosing child care for your infant.
Put down that snow shovel (for now, at least), grab a hot beverage and relax with the latest edition of the Fairbanks Almanac. When you’re done you can crack open your dusty volume of Francis Bacon essays.
Silverwood Park in St. Anthony held its annual egg hunt on March 23. There were many engaging activities for kids and families, such as crafts, making giant bubbles and meeting the Easter Bunny. Photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin
After spending three seasons as the starting shortstop for the Mounds View High School fastpitch softball team, Taylor Daas has taken her talents to the collegiate level, where she is once again leading a group of Mustangs.
The Easter Bunny led the egg hunt and afterward visited young fans, here posing with Siyona for family photos.
Lacey Rancour tries to hula-hoop like the big kids at Edgerton Community Gym. She was one of more than 100 children joining in pre-egg hunt activities including tunnels, a giant inflatable bounce area, plenty of balls, crafts, prizes, and breakfast treats.
The 3- to 5-year-olds were the first to search out eggs on the snow-covered Edgerton playground for the Maplewood Easter Eggstravaganza March 23. Thrilled youngsters found candy and up to 12 eggs each, some redeemable for prizes.