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Day care in Boston

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edited December 2013 in Boston Babies
Hi,

We've had a nanny/babysitter for the past 12 months for our soon to be15 month old. She's not working out as well as she did on the beginning. Without going into detail, she's become unreliable. Our son also seems to be very bored lately, which could be part of our current nanny problem, we aren't sure, that's the reason though.

We are looking into daycare for the two days she's been watching our son, but the cost of part-time, 2 day a week, 6 hours per day is a bit high at $1000/month. (This is what Bright Horizons quoted us).

Does anyone know of any other reputable, less expensive daycare centers in the city?


                                                    [MC 11.20.11] [DS born 9.24.12] [DD born 10.15.14]

Re: Day care in Boston

  • Home daycare is cheaper look on Angie's list or care.com
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  • I would look into a home daycare.

    Bright Horizons quoted me $2300 for 5 days/full time for infant.... we're going with a home daycare that is $1100/month for 5 days/full time.
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  • Soxchick1 said:
    I would look into a home daycare.

    Bright Horizons quoted me $2300 for 5 days/full time for infant.... we're going with a home daycare that is $1100/month for 5 days/full time.
    I know they are a great center, but I can't justify $1,000/month for only two partial days a week... our budget can't afford it!


                                                        [MC 11.20.11] [DS born 9.24.12] [DD born 10.15.14]

  • We sent DD to sunrise learning academy next to MGH. We paid $1600/month for full time care when she was a newborn. Bright horizons across the street was $2800/month. You could also look into preschool
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