AZ - Mia Castanon, 22 mos, dies at Tucson day care, 11 Sept 2014

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  1. OkieGranny

    OkieGranny New Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    http://www.wbtv.com/story/27055281/3-arrested-in-daycare-death

    http://tucson.com/news/local/crime/...cle_c2add86c-8d17-5795-b494-207660b462f9.html

     
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    No words. :(
     
  4. Merry

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    I just can't trust these daycares anymore. I doubt I won't be a stay at home mom if I end up having children.
     
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    Every time something like this happens it clouds the fact that most child care providers care about the children they care for and people take the opportunity to guilt mothers who work. I have to work or else my family would be homeless. My son has had the same child care provider since 11 months old and is now 4. He is safe and happy. People like Daena Soto make me sick.
     
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    I wonder about some of these cases of very young children being murdered.

    Presumably these people didn't have any particular motive to do it and don't want to suffer the legal penalty. So were they just Beaton the girl out of irritation without realizing how easy it is to cause serious harm?

    Maybe this sounds cold but I can understand bad or drug-addicted or mad parents abusing their kids and it escalating into murder... but when your only involvement with a child is to watch it for a few hours... how do you wind up doing this?

    Even if the wounds weren't fatal just leaving a noticeable bruise could lead to imprisonment.


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    While I agree that the vast majority of kids will not die in day care, I disagree with the degree of care most people think their child's caregiver provides. Not all, but many. The person who owns the business may have the appropriate credentials, knowledge, licensing to do such work, many of the people they hire are hs graduates or GED holders who know very little about child development and how to care for a child in new situations. Mostly, once the parents and boss are gone, they are hooked up to the internet and have no interest in interacting with your kid.
    One of my good friends put her first baby in child care at 6 weeks of age which shocked me to start with, and then found out after some period of time that her kid was not being fed the bottles she sent with her. And she was trying to calm herself, talking about 'these things happen.' I did not stay in touch with her much after that. Her job was so important and she was important in it! They replaced her so fast when she quit after having her second daughter, I think she was shocked. Ladies, build a good nest before you lay your eggs. Life can be so much less stressful.
     
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