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Danni Home Daycare

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2049 Falling Brook Dr, Maryland Heights, MO 63043

(314) 662-0585

CLOSED NOW
Today: Closed
Tomorrow: 6:30 am - 6:00 pm
9
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IN BUSINESS
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Building blocks to build creative minds

General Info
At Danni Dugger Home Child Care in Maryland Heights, we want happy Parents and Children
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat:
SunClosed
Extra Phones

Danni Child Care: (314) 399-1217

Services/Products
If you're looking for the best services, look no further! Danni Dugger Home Child Care has exactly the types of services that you're looking for, and will provide them with a smile. Here are just a few examples: Child Care, Education ,& Loving Atmopshere.
Brands
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Payment method
visa, master card, discover, check, cash
Location
270 & Dorsett Dorsett & McKelvey
Neighborhood
Maryland Heights
Amenities
Activities Include Blocks, Lego's, and Puzzles Educational Videos/Movie and Books/Reading Painting/ Coloring and Sensory Play Exercise/ Outside Play Trips to Pumpkin Patch, Library, or other Small Outings Activities to Increase Gross and Motor Skills Planned Daily Curriculum, including circle time
Accreditation

All local Affiliation

Associations
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Categories
Day Care Centers & Nurseries, Baby Sitters, Child Care, Educational Services, Preschools & Kindergarten, Schools

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Rachael L.

05/19/2016

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We signed up with her services to take care of our toddler. He started coming home smelling like cigarette smoke. I directly asked her about it as she encouraged us to bring up any concerns. She directly told me that she does not smoke and denied that her mother (who also watched the children) did not smoke. But yet he continued to smell like it and then she began burning candles at her home. We decided to end services and then I recently saw her post on facebook that she is thankful to her daughter for asking her to stop smoking and did recently. The timing fits with that she was indeed smoking cigarettes while our son was going to daycare in her home. Two problems: one we did not want a provider to watch our son who smokes, and two, the bigger problem is that she lied right to my face about smoking. That speaks to a bigger trust issue and in order to send your children somewhere and be able to work with peace of mind you need to trust your daycare provider.