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Old 08-11-2013, 11:46 AM
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Originally Posted by EntropyControlSpecialist View Post
I believe where I live you have to live in the place you run a home daycare from.

We are permitted to have 12 children by ourself as long as they fall within certain age groups. Only a certain amount are permitted to be under 18 months, a certain amount under 4, etc.

Have you called your licensing department to inquire about owning a separate home for daycare JUST to make sure before you begin investigating more?
Well actually we can technically do 10 but the ages have to be a certain way too. It really isn't practical because I could only have 5 the age I do and then school agers and that isn't practical except during the summer. I'd rather have 6 all year long but guess I could do 10 during the summer. I don't like to do school age with babies AT ALL so most of us here just stick with 6 all year.

That's weird. Until just writing the above I had forgotten that I could do 10 during the summer if I wanted to. Then I'd have to get rid of one of my preschoolers. I'd look into them changing that as it isn't fair but I really don't care as I don't want to do it anyway.

Laurel
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