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  • in reply to: Looking to get started in Midvale Sandy West Jordan #9456
    Michelle TaylorMichelle Taylor
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    Having a toddler baby is a responsibility that requires unlimited effort as well as a good budget to take proper care of him/her. My daughter is two and a half years old & I try to provide her every necessary thing sometimes I have to look for discounts & deals to cover up the expenses like this weekend I bought a very beautiful dress for her online using Apparel & Clothing Coupons from the brand.

    in reply to: Richmond, Virginia Area #9457
    Jennifer BautistaJennifer Bautista
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    Where abouts are you located?

    in reply to: Looking to get started in Midvale Sandy West Jordan #9459
    hyde.brianahyde.briana
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    I have a 3 year old boy and I’m looking at starting this fall, maybe sooner! I have done JS before with my oldest!

    in reply to: South Jordan or Sandy area #9460
    hyde.brianahyde.briana
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    Hi there, I am interesting in joining or starting a joy school group for this fall or sooner. I have a 3 yr old boy and have taught s JS before. I’m in Sandy.

    in reply to: South Jordan or Sandy area #9475
    TeeMarie JorgensenTeeMarie Jorgensen
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    Hi Briana, I did JS as a kid many years ago. I’m new to this, but I’m committed and reliable. Would you like to set up a play date for our kiddos and get to know each other to see if we would be a good fit for a JS group? Starting next week, I have a pretty flexible schedule. You can text me at 801-719-0984 and let me know what works for you.
    Thanks,
    TeeMarie

    in reply to: North Phoenix, Arizona #9476
    Corrianne CoonsCorrianne Coons
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    Hi there! I know this was a year ago, not sure if you started a group or if you found anyone. We live in Anthem and would love to start our 3 year old daughter in Joy School in the fall.

    in reply to: Anyone else doing this solo? #9478
    bernardand andrewsbernardand andrews
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    I would love to hear your thoughts if you gave it a shot!

    in reply to: Joy School Facebook Group #9479
    bernardand andrewsbernardand andrews
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    That’s right at your fingertips, so to speak, and you’re more likely to see it maybe?

    in reply to: Should I do Joy School for last child? #9480
    bernardand andrewsbernardand andrews
    Participant

    . And I have really enjoyed being apart of my children’s preschool learning experience!

    in reply to: a way to develop my baby #9481
    Greg BjorgGreg Bjorg
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    I have heard different reviews about this institution and I think that it is better not to give in to rumors and check in person. In any case, you can talk to the caregivers and make sure of their level of qualification.

    in reply to: a way to develop my baby #9482
    Billius ShiphrBillius Shiphr
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    In fact, this is the first time I’ve heard of this day care center. I gave my child to freelance nannies and I don’t see anything wrong with that. This is an individual approach.

    in reply to: a way to develop my baby #9483
    Mark UltraMark Ultra
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    I don’t trust daycares after several situations happened to my friends. My kid has a babysitter who teaches them lots of things.

    in reply to: a way to develop my baby #9484
    Cermit FellonCermit Fellon
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    Okay, when school time comes, how will your child feel? Are you sure he will be able to interact with other kids? He needs more social contacts to grow smart and open.

    in reply to: a way to develop my baby #9485
    bernardand andrewsbernardand andrews
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    If you want to develop your kid, you should definitely make him do as many things as it is possible. Children who go to sports, musical classes, and other places grow very developed. They are usually interested in many spheres and become smarter than others. But I can’t imagine how it is possible to do it without any help. I think the best idea is to find a reliable daycare that can give all the opportunities for your kid’s development and education. I know that the Little Scholars Infant Day Care Brooklyn is a good example of such a place.

    McKenzie LambsonMcKenzie Lambson
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    Hi! I’m looking for a group for my 4yr old. We are off of 2100 n and redwood rd.

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