Date(s) - March 14, 2018
C** has been with School for Amazing Kids, Helena for almost a year now. Before her birth, I checked with every local day care within a 10-mile radius of Helena and did not feel as comfortable as I did when I walked into the School for Amazing Kids.
The cleanliness, the safety, and the staff, all made me feel like I had walked into the right place.
C** was early, a 4 pound 12-ounce preemie, that made things even more nerve-wracking for us. But once I took her to School for Amazing Kids the first time just to visit and talk with her teachers, I knew everything would be fine. They had dealt with preemie’s who needed to be held 24/7 and would only snack all day long instead of taking a full bottle at a time.
C** also wasn’t taking naps during she day, but her teachers found the perfect side to side swing that was just the soothing comfort C** needed and she started napping. I would have never been able to figure that one out without them.
As the months went by her teachers have done an excellent job of teaching C**. I am the only mother I know that had a 4-month-old who could eat from a spoon in a matter of days!
There were no problems getting her to try solids at all, thanks to the School for Amazing Kids. Now at one-year-old, she loves the sippy cup that she was introduced to at the school almost as much as her bottle! Weaning her from the bottle is going to be a breeze thanks to School for Amazing Kids, Helena.
When C** wouldn’t roll over and refused to be on her stomach for more than 10 seconds, it was her teachers at the School for Amazing Kids who worked with her every day until she got it.
I think the most important thing that lets us know that School for Amazing Kids, Helena is the right place for C** is that she loves it. In the mornings, she will reach out for Miss Donna, Miss Marcy, or Miss Brooke. In the afternoons, if we sneak a peek at her for a few minutes before she sees us, we get to see her being rocked, watching her favorite DVD, or playing happily with her toys and the other babies.