When my girls were pint-sized, I couldn't stand the thought of sending them to a pre-school each day that was barely meeting their needs, yet eating up my entire paycheck.  I literally stayed up countless sleepless nights wondering how I would fix this problem-- until one night I came up with a solution.

 

I hired a fantastic teacher to come into our house to do educational hands-on activities with our girls.  This came at a small cost at first, and then we added a couple of other families into our little school; at which point the program paid for itself.

 

Today, childcare costs are rising faster than inflation, and THIS is the solution!

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