sleeping infant

It’s surprising how much babies learn in the first year.  By 12 months of age they learn how to smile, laugh, babble and talk, wave, eat, crawl, walk, and much more.  We are excited for the opportunity to share these awesome experiences with your family. Please pop in often and visit your child and your child’s teachers.

What to bring with baby “Check list”:infant toddler

  • Diapers and Wipes
  • 2 crib sheets and blankets (labeled)
  • 2 binkies (labeled)
  • Premade Bottles/ Sippy cups (1 for each feeding) (labeled)
  • Food & Snacks
  • Bibs, plate & bowls
  • 2 changes of clothing
  • Special toy or blanket for comfort
  • Family poster


The Honeybees are all on their own sleeping schedules. We let them sleep when they are tired. They are always placed on their backs to rest.

Diapers & Wipes:                                                            

It is preferred parents bring disposable diapers for sanitation reasons. A child goes through 5/6 diapers in a day so please bring enough to last. We will try to remind parents when your baby is running low on diapers but in a case where we run out there is a $1.00 charge per diaper when using St. John’s stock.

Honeybees share their wipes. These “community wipes” are used in many ways of cleanup. We ask full time babies to bring 2 boxes per month and part time babies to bring 1.

***Please let us know if your baby has sensitive skin


First it is imperative to understand that “Discipline” at any age level is not “punishment” for bad behavior. In fact the word discipline means teaching. Discipline is a door of opportunity to teach children the appropriate ways to meet their needs.   Our teachers practice what we call “Distract and Redirect”. More effective than simply saying “No” distracting and redirecting allows us to take the child out of the inappropriate situation and then with “hand over hand” showing the child the appropriate action.