We all know little babies need care and attention around the clock and many parents are hesitant about choosing outside childcare for the tiniest member of their family. However, around the age of one, when the child is able to communicate with gestures, is able to stand or walk a little and is starting to show interest in social interactions outside of direct family members, parents feel a bit more confident about enrolling their child into a program. Most parents are unsure how to go about choosing the right program for their child. If you’re struggling with this, we’ve got three things you may consider when choosing a childcare program.
why a mom, a granny and a marketeer started a Montessori school on a teeny tiny island in the Caribbean
A little before 9 am, a car pulled up in front of an unassuming building in a quiet neighborhood on a tiny island somewhere in the Caribbean sea. A mother unloaded a stroller from the trunk of a sensible car, while the father grabbed the infant seat and made sure it was securely fastened to the stroller. Two round eyes peeked out of the back window. This was the very first family to tour The Montessori School in Curaçao; with them, my outlandish idea, became a reality.