Contracted Hours:

My open hours are 7:00 am until 4:30 pm. You can come and go as you please during those hours, but please remember, tuition payments are not prorated for “actual” time, tuition is based on days that your child is contracted for.

School-age Care:

I do have current availability for up to age 12. Please see my rates page for additional information.

My hours of operation are as follows:

Childcare hours are 7:00 am until 4:30 pm. If you need to contact me in regards to your child being ill or a late arrival, please text to let me know. I do take my family time seriously and do not respond outside of those hours unless it’s an emergency.


The tuition rates located on my Rates Page are used as a starting base.

Sick Time:

I will let you know ASAP if I am ill. Rates are not prorated for illness, vacation, etc.

Winter Weather:

Winter weather effects everyone. Most often, I do remain open. In the end, your child’s safety is more important then anything. I know that parents are depending on me for care. One thing that I do ask is that if driveway isn’t plowed, please do not plow over the end of the driveway and park in it. It makes for an icy and unallowable situation, which makes for a dangerous situation. Again, I do wake at 5 am and get out there as soon as possible, but the plow usually comes by shortly after opening (thanks city of Coon Rapids)!

What is my ratio?

I can have almost any combination of up to 12 kids at one time but can only ever have 2 children under 2 at one time.

Full Time/Part Time/ Anytime Care

Part time care is welcome. I do a solid daily rate for every child in my care. You can do as little as 1 day per week if you chose or as many as 5. I do have limited drop in spaces available on a daily basis. Please call ahead to confirm.

Leaving Care

If you are pursuing other options, please make sure to let me know and put in your notice. I know that there are many other options out there and sometimes somewhere else will be a better option for you. No hard feelings. But I do require a two week notice OR a tuition buy out.

Future Care

I do not book out futures spots more then 3 months away due to not wanting families to have to pay more then the required two week holding fee. I don’t like it when I feel like I’m holding my families hostage for their money. There’s a ton of providers out there that do take big advantage of this and I don’t feel it’s right.