“Many adults have excellent academics yet they do not have self efficacy, do not cultivate healthy relationships, cannot make decisions, and do not have the courage to take risks. They exist but they do not live. Our adult lives are directly linked to our early childhood experiences. We have a chance to develop children who will truly live not just exist.” — Dr. Judy Hurt


Welcome to Shirley Espin new Location!!!

Shirley Espin, mother of 3 children has new location for her daycare! She is a home daycare provider for the last 9 years!!! She is amazing teacher, mother, and wife to her husband!!!
Shirley is young and energetic and love children! I love to recommend Shirley to other parents!
She raised my child since 3 months old and now my child is well rounded, speak Spanish and ready for kindergarden.

Katie R.


Great L (s) rules of Parenting!

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  1.   Great L(s) of ParentinBy Leah Davies, M.E
    LOVE your child. For your child to be successful, he or she must feel valued. Your gentle touches, smiles and hugs communicate love. Giving your undivided attention, especially at the end of each day, demonstrates caring.Image
  2. LOOK for the good in your child and make specific comments on what he or she does well. You must believe in your child’s worth before he or she can believe it. If you want your child to have self-confidence and motivation, watch for positive behaviors and comment on them.LISTEN, without judgment, to your child express his or her thoughts and feelings. If you do not listen, your child may attempt to gain your attention by misbehaving.

    LAUGH with your child, not at him or her. Demonstrate a sense of humor as you cope with life’s difficulties. Laugh and play together.

    LABOR diligently and with pride so that your child will want to work hard, persevere and do his or her best.

    LEARN new information. It is fine to say, I don’t know, but then add that you both can find out together. Take the time to read and thus instill a love of learning. On car trips play word games, read or listen to books on tape.

    LEAVE the television and other media off. Many programs and video games desensitize your child towards violence and contribute to fearfulness and aggression. Place computers in central locations to monitor internet use.

    LIVE life to its fullest. Take pleasure in little things like an ice cream cone, a beautiful day or the enthusiasm of your child. Read, pretend, dance, sing, take walks, play games, have pleasant meals, look at photos, share dreams, and enjoy each other.

    Remember: Your child will most likely adopt the attitudes and habits you demonstrate daily.


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Sanitize hard and soft items without exposure to chemicals

With its proven broad efficacy, the ZONO kills 99.9% of common bacteria* and 99.99 % of common viruses+ on fabric, wood, metal, plastic, paper, leather, and glass.

The ZONO uses ozone created from ambient air and under one half ounce of water to sanitize porous and nonporous surfaces. Place items inside the ZONO on shelves or on carts that roll directly into the ZONO. The ZONO uses less than half an ounce of water and costs less than three cents per cycle to operate.

The ZONO is an important part of a comprehensive sanitizing program for child care centers, schools, athletic facilities and teams, public safety, correctional institutions, elder and health care, hotels, and more.

*Staphylococcus Aurues, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aurues, Escherichia Coli, Streptococcus Pneumoniae, Streptococcus Pyogenes, Shigella Dystenriae, Salmonella Enteritidis, and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa on non-porous, semi-porous and porous surfaces.
+Norovirus on non-porous surfaces.Image