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Child Care Open Late in Orlando

I work 6:45am to 7:15pm in Orlando as an RN three days a week and my husband works as a chef five days a week from 2:00pm to 12:00am.  We would need child care probably 2 day a week from about 1:00pm to 8:00pm.  Does anyone know of any family daycares or childcare centers that would accommodate our schedule?

Me: 30 yrs (PCOS), DH: 28 yrs (SA normal)
June 19, 2008: Started dating
August 12, 2012: Got married
September 2012: Came off BC pills after 12 yrs
September 2012-May 2013: Irregular periods (every 45-55 days), no positives on OPKs, used fertility friend
May 2013: Started actively TTC, talked to OB about irregular periods and possible anovulation
October 2013: HSG all clear, hormone levels normal, U/S showed polycystic ovaries, PCOS diagnosis
February 2014: Clomid 50mg days 4-8, many follicles on CD14 but none bigger than 8mm
March 2014: Switched to RE, saline u/s all clear
April 2014: 3hr glucose showed IR, started on Metformin 1000mg/day, put on low-carb low-sugar diet
June 2014: Femara 2.5mg x10 on CD3, 19mm follicle on CD17, Ovidrel, TI, Endometrin suppositories = BFP!!!

Our little one due March 11, 2015

Re: Child Care Open Late in Orlando

  • I believe CCLC in Dr Phillips (Wallace Rd) is open until 9pm. They were built for Universal Employees, so they have extended hours. Don't quote me, as I haven't looked at their information in about 2 years, but I doubt they changed it.
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  • I called them and I believe they are open until 8pm but they charge full-time rates even if your infant is only going part-time and we simply can't afford that.  I found one near Florida Hospital that is open until 8pm though so I might check that one out or possibly some home daycares.

    Me: 30 yrs (PCOS), DH: 28 yrs (SA normal)
    June 19, 2008: Started dating
    August 12, 2012: Got married
    September 2012: Came off BC pills after 12 yrs
    September 2012-May 2013: Irregular periods (every 45-55 days), no positives on OPKs, used fertility friend
    May 2013: Started actively TTC, talked to OB about irregular periods and possible anovulation
    October 2013: HSG all clear, hormone levels normal, U/S showed polycystic ovaries, PCOS diagnosis
    February 2014: Clomid 50mg days 4-8, many follicles on CD14 but none bigger than 8mm
    March 2014: Switched to RE, saline u/s all clear
    April 2014: 3hr glucose showed IR, started on Metformin 1000mg/day, put on low-carb low-sugar diet
    June 2014: Femara 2.5mg x10 on CD3, 19mm follicle on CD17, Ovidrel, TI, Endometrin suppositories = BFP!!!

    Our little one due March 11, 2015

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