Happy 2017

My Children’s Day Care staff want to thank all parents and students who became part of our family in 2016 and will continue trusting our team in 2017.


We look forward to continue serving you. Your feedback and ideas are always welcome - please LIKE us on Facebook or Review us on YELP and GOOGLE !

imagesSunday, January 1st - New Years Day
Monday, January 2nd - New Years Day Holiday
Monday, January 16th - Martin Luther King Day
(usually 3rd Monday in January)

Sunday, February 12th - Lincoln's Birthday
(Connecticut, Illinois, Missouri, New Jersey, New York.)

Monday, February 20th - Presidents' Day
                                  (usually 3rd Monday in February. Not all states)

Sunday, May 14th - Mother's Day
                                (usually 2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday)

Monday, May 29th - Memorial Day
                                 (usually Last Monday in May)

Sunday, June 18th - Father's Day
                                 (usually 3rd Sunday in June. Not a public holiday)

Tuesday, July 4th - Independence Day


Easter-garden-bannerMy Children's Daycare invite moms and dads to celebrate Easter with their little bunnies.

Hop on over for an egg-stra special
on Thursday, April 12th 2012
from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm,
in our daycare playground.

Children will dress up, play with bunny/rabbit makeup, hunt Easter Eggs and other FUN easter related activities.

If you cannot make it  - don't worry. The event will be photographed, specially for the parents who will be working that day. Just check our photo album on April 15th :) !



St. Patrick's Day, although not a legal holiday anywhere in the United States, 450px-Baby wearing green shirt with shamrockis nonetheless widely recognized and celebrated throughout the country.

It is primarily observed as a celebration of Irish and Irish American culture; celebrations include prominent displays of the colour green, feasting, copious consumption of alcohol, religious observances, and numerous parades.

The holiday has been celebrated on the North American continent since the late eighteenth century, prior to the American Revolution.

Patrick was born in Britain in the year 387. His real name is Maewyn Succat. The name St. Patrick was given to him later in life by Pope Celestine. His parents, Calphurnius and Conchessa belonged to a high ranking Roman family. St. Patrick recorded most of the history of his life and his spiritual writings in the "Confessio" (Confession).

When he was 16, he was captured by pagan Irish raiders and sold into slavery to a chieftain named Meliuc in Antrim , Ireland. He spent his teen years and time alone as a shepard to tend to his master's sheep. During this time, his spirituality awakened and his belief in God became strong.

He would pray many times in a day. After 6 years being in slavery, he had a dream that he would find a ship to take him to freedom. He escaped to follow his dream. He had to travel about 200 miles before he found a ship ready to set sail.  READ MORE - clique here

Because My Children's Day Care team is mostly composed by women and little girls are more than 50% of our students body - In March we decided to pay special homage to all the super moms and daugthers that share their lives with us, everyday.  Join us celebrating Women's Achivements !


This video ilustrates women's chalenges for equality and inspire us to strive to keep empowering the little girls we serve.

My Children's Day Care wishes you a WONDERFUL WOMEN'S MONTH !