The term terrible two was first coined in the 1950s when mothers of cookie-cutter families didn’t know how to handle outrageous toddler behavior. However, it’s easy to debunk this phrase as a myth if you understand the developmental changes that are happening to your child.
For some parents, you may feel helpless when your little loved one has the flu. You want to hold them, kiss them, and tell them everything will be OK, but you also don’t want to catch the virus yourself.
Scouting a new child care center sounds easy, but take it from us — there is a lot more to it than you think. Whether it is our center or another, the following 20 questions will help parents determine if they are making the best possible decision before placing their child at a new center.