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    Daycare numbers

    Hi all.
    Just want to check with everyone to get a firm grasp on the numbers. I know that I can care for five children including mine own younger than 6. *i have a seven year old and a 4 year old. My four year old is included in my numbers.
    So currently I have:
    Child 1= my own at school 8:30-3:15
    Child 2= 4 years old at school 8:30-3:15
    Child 3= 1 year old 7:30-5
    Child 4= 2 1/2 years old comes mom to Thurs 9-4
    Child 5= 21 months comes 2/3 days a week 7-5

    I'm wondering if I can take another part time child that would be 9-2:30 to basically make a full time spot out of child 5 and this new child?
    Can I have more than 5 children 'enrolled' but only have at most three during the day? (Won't have four during the days because I have to follow the two under two rule. After school I have a total of four plus my oldest child) also P.A days aren't a concern because child 4 stays home on p.a. Days and this new child would also be staying home on p.a. Days....Also, I know that a concern may be if a parent is late I would be over but I feel confident that this new child wouldn't be picked up late plus the time frame gives a 45 minute buffer. But mom stays at home and lives five minutes away.

    I'm located in Onatrio if that helps

    Any insight or advice is welcomed and much appreciated.

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    Yes u can. U can have 20 kids enrolled. But just never go over 5. Because u have 2 under 2 u have to count ur 4yr old. But once that 21mth old turns two u don't have to count ur 4yr old during the school yr. if u stay at 2 under 2 then ur 4 yr old counts but if u only have one under two then u don't have to count ur 4yr old during the school yr including march break, Christmas break and pd days. But will count in the summer

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    Oh wow! Okay thanks so much babydom! I totally didn't know that!! I really airfare your help

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