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#1 of 2 Old 01-17-2011, 09:18 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi... My daughter is almost 17 months old and I have just returned to work. I live in Salt Lake City and am looking for any suggestions of high quality compassionate child care. It is so difficult because at 40 hours of work a week, I feel like "day care" has a huge hand in raising my child, so I feel very picky and very sensitive to how they interact with her! We have practiced attachment parenting with her and I really want a situation where they are compassionate and positive with the children. Any one have any suggestions?

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I don't know if this is something you'd feel comfortable with, but I've been looking for another nanny job for a while! I am very AP with my daughter (three years old in February) and have a lot of experience as a nanny and caretaker. PM me if you'd like to talk more. =)


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