Begins with understanding the individual needs of your baby! We believe that it is important for our staff to connect right away with parents to ensure consistent communications.

Our dedicated infant teachers have years of experience with babies.  This experience is critical, because feeding and activities change rapidly during the first year of life!



Our goal at The Son’s Children is to see your infant grow in a healthy way in all areas of life:


  1. Social/Emotional
  2. Language/Communication
  3. Cognitive (Learning, thinking, problem-solving)
  4. Movement/Physical Development
  5. Christian Values/Character/Relationship


We believe it is important to utilizing developmental tracking systems to monitor improvements in the first four areas above. Please click on the buttons below to see the first page (of a two-page checklist we use to encourage and nurture each of our infants).

Individualized care


We meet kids where they are!


This is such an important time for us to come along side a mother and provided the much need love and embrace your young child needs. Continuous communication is a big part of what we do with mothers in the infant room. We help keep parents up today through our App (which shares photos, email and other critical communications).


During this time, your child's physical growth and motor development tremendous.The toddler years are a time of great cognitive, emotional and social development. The word is derived from "to toddle", which means to walk unsteadily, like a child of this age.


To move into preschool a child needs to be potty trained. These are the years to truly "better prepare" your child for kindergarten. The brain grows most rapidly in the early years. High quality teachers and preschools can have a long-term effect on improving outcomes for children of varied backgrounds.


Flex-Care is the result of listening to families in our area who need help with their school age children from 5 to 12 years of age. We help by providing love and support before school, after-school, and when school is on break. Our aim is create an atmosphere where children can find peace, can do homework, can play and can learn about Christian values. Our children develop leadership experience and social skills through participating in organized activities.