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I am a single mom to be as of Oct.23 and I want to breast feed for 1 year and yet I will need to work to provide for us. I know I can pump for the times I'm not there :( but I don't know who to trust with her while I'm working. I have heard so many bad stories about people being abusive to your children in all sorts of places such as the church to registered nannies! Who and how do you know when to trust?
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Name: amena | Date: Sep 13th, 2005 5:33 PM
Start looking now. Drop in on daycares when they aren't expecting you and I"m pretty sure you can contact dhec and other agencies and get their most recent evaluations. I had the same problem b/c I also knew that I couldn't really afford daycare and I struggled with establishing a pumping schedule. I don't have a magic answer for you but I do wish you the best of luck.
P.s. it will be hard no matter how great the caregiver you find is, it will break your heart, be prepared.

Name: Andrea M. Fuentes | Date: Mar 28th, 2006 2:00 AM
Work from home and enjoy your time with your child http://www.stayinhomeandlovinit.com/cg

Name: Cherylcd | Date: Mar 28th, 2006 6:21 PM
I was always scared about that as well, but I had to go back to work as well.
My kids go to Childrens World Daycare or Knowlegde Learning...check their website to find one in your area...I love them majority of their teachers have been their for 10 years or more (this is at majority of them).

Also I am a single mother as well, I am the one that posted "single 26yo, 4 kids, work, and go to college" and I love that chain of daycares. 

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