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Tonya Wright

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I give regular tours of our program and have been asked every question under the sun. We provide care for children from 4 months through preschool. I can answer questions such as: What should I look for in a quality program? What is developmentally appropriate practice? What should I ask my child-care provider? How do I handle disputes with my provider? These are just a few questions that come to mind. Feel free to ask anything related to child care and child care services.

Mariah

U.S.
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I can answer all sorts of childcare-related questions; I have lots of knowledge in this area. If you would like to receive an expedite, knowledgeable, polite response to your questions, please ask me! I try my best to reply to questions in less than 2 hours (this is in effect from 4PM to 10PM, Monday's through Friday's, and from 11AM to 10PM on Saturday's and Sunday's - I'm a full-time student.)

I recently started a childcare referral business that mainly serves Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Illinois. Wildflower Babysitting (http://www.flowersitters.com) was started in July of 2009 and I now oversee around 500 sitters, nannies and daycare providers.

I founded Velociteen in 2006 (http://www.velociteen.com), a website made especially by teens, for teens. I have gained a lot of experience from creating and managing that organization.

Victoria Grace Parker

U.S.
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Parenting and childcare issues

Julie Fedynich

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I'm the mother of 6 and was a state licensed daycare provider for 14 years. If it's happened to anyone it's happened to me. As a daycare provider (not babysitter--we never sit) I've been asked some of the most ridiculous questions. Do you know what to ask a prospective provider and why to ask?

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