About a year and a half ago, I had a 1 and 8 year old who, because I obtained a "9 to 5" so to speak, job, had to get put in daycare. I saw so many ugly and terrible things happening at daycares at that particular time, I was so scared to put them in the care of people none of us knew; the 8 year old would be old enough to tell me if something happened but not the 1 year old, she was barely even talking at all during that time. Creative world was the first daycare I called after very carefully considering where I wanted my babies. I met up with a couple of the employees and was shown around both buildings and given the rundown of a "normal" day for each child and took paperwork home to look over. All of the people I encountered were super nice and made me feel comfortable and even the girls were running around and playing. Fast forward to the first day of daycare, my oldest was excited; she is so friendly and I knew she wouldn't have any issues to the adjustment. I was 100% nervous about my youngest and had a ton of bad thoughts running through my head. We walked in and we're greeted with a good morning and get walked to her room. With a little coaxing, she's curious about the other kids and sits down with them. She had a rough first couple weeks but she got use to the routine. My girls are now almost 3 and 9. They absolutely love going to daycare. They talk about how much fun they have and my youngest is forming sentences like crazy! I know about half of that comes from the amazing staff who work with her! They both love their teachers. The staff is absolutely amazing here and words cannot express or begin to explain how grateful I am that my girls have these wonderful teachers around when I'm not able to be there for them. Whether it's a little boo boo or scrape for my youngest or homework help for my oldest, I know the people I trust to be the fill in for me do their absolute best for my babies!