I had such a hard time even thinking about my grandson going to day care. We had all struggled to get him to eat and thrive after being born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate. So, I would go and just look at the monitors in the lobby to see how he was doing every day. The staff never made me feel “crazy” or overprotective. They would give me updates and let me stay as long as I needed, giving me tissue to dry my tears. After a few days, I saw a change in my grandson and I changed also. We were both enjoying his time at day care. He has been taken care of so kindly and lovingly by everyone. He has made new friends and day care has helped his speech tremendously. What a blessing this has been to our whole family.