I was a daycare teacher. Best job I ever had, (aside from writing and becoming a mommy to my son, Garrett,) and I wouldn’t change anything about my experience there. Except maybe working there longer. I fell in love with every one of those kids and everything said in this blog post is true. She described it to a T! Love this article!
1. They are not daycare workers, they are daycare teachers. Their lesson plan every day includes: how to share, how to have “nice hands” and “walking feet,” how to say please and thank you, how to walk behind someone without pushing, how to take turns, and how to have “listening ears.”
2. They are not just teachers. They are also janitors and nurses. They make boo-boos feel better and dry up tears. They spray, wipe, sanitize, sweep, mop, vacuum, and take out the trash.
3. They are waitresses. They balance little trays and cups of milk. They pick up squashed peas off the floor. Scoop peaches when they ask for more.
4. They change 5 dirty diapers, within 10 minutes, the day after beef and corn.
5. They get 12 little ducklings to follow in a row on their way to the playground.
6. They tie tiny shoes. Snap tiny…
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