Geaneva loves her job.
Geaneva leads the infant rooms, guiding our youngest charges safely and expertly through fun and feeding, stimulation and slumber. With us since our doors first opened, she heads up a highly trained team of long term baby staff.
Our infant team infuse each day with love and enrichment through stories, music and sensory play. And every member of staff is trained in signing to boost bonding and early communication. Each day, we provide parents with their infant’s feed, sleep and play schedule.
Infants aged 6 weeks to 17 months
CPR, First Aid, sign language, babble translation, sleep whispering, merry making
Staff ratios 1:4
From gurgling and babbling to flying rescue helicopters, our Toddler Room offers the next adventure in your child’s journey with us. Navigated by our infant team, our tenacious tots and their parents transition with ease.
Between the ages of 18 and 36 months, children develop cognitively, emotionally and socially. And we are right by their side, recognizing each child as an individual, adjusting our approach to fit their needs.
Our curriculum is based on imagination, exploration and sensory stimulation. Our children thrive socially through structured play and interactive group time. And they relish their indoor gymnasium activities with Chase, our certified gym teacher.
Toddlers aged 18-36 months
CPR, First Aid, potty training, curiosity nurturing, story telling
Staff ratios 1:6
A Day in…
Open arms and big smiles greet our infants and toddlers. They’re soon diving into music and movement and exploratory learning through our research based curriculum. There’s always lots of small group work and plenty of time outside.
Lunch + Nap
At this age, our little ones need a good nap after a nourishing lunch. We make sure they get a calm and peaceful environment to nod off.
There’s no better way to wake up than with stories and outdoor play. We soak up exploratory learning through our varied enrichment programs.
We send our happy babies and toddlers home, always ensuring their parents and caregivers know just how their day went.