Infants

Whether you are a first time parent or this is your 5th child, we are ready to partner with you to provide excellent care for your baby.  We will do our best to follow the schedule you have created at home so that your child's individual needs are met while in our care. 

We will fill out a daily report which will keep you informed of meals, naps, and diaper changes. Many parents rave over our camera system- they love being able to check in on their child throughout the day. With babies this is even more true, especially for first time parents.  

We use top rated disinfecting products to sanitize all surfaces and collect mouthed toys to be sanitized throughout the day to reduce the spread of germs and illness in our classroom.  

Tummy Time

It’s very important that babies are allowed time to play on the ground- this will help strengthen their neck and muscles which will prepare them for learning to walk.  You will notice that our teachers are usually down on the ground with the children. 

Transitioning Crawlers

We will work with you when your baby is ready to begin eating table food, drinking whole milk, starts walking, napping on a nap mat, and moves up to the Crawler room.  We want to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Parent’s are responsible for providing: diapers, wipes, bottles, baby food, and snacks.  State Regulations prevent blankets or toys being in a crib so you may bring a sleepsack if you want them to have one while napping.  

Bottles must be brought home daily to be cleaned and sanitized, they can be transported back and forth in a insulated bag.  Diaper bags can not be left in the classroom due to state regulations.

 

We provide: crib sheets, receiving blankets, burp rags, bibs, bowls, utensils, and sippy cups for older babies.  

If there is anything in particular that we haven't mentioned, feel free to ask us about it.  

With only 5 spots available

in our infant rooms, it’s never too early to reserve your spot! 

 

Call us today to schedule a tour! 

Sign Language is a great way to communicate with your baby.  Click here for a great list of some of the most common words and an illustration of the signs.