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Overall a amazing application for preschool teachers! Parents have given positive feedback. Only problem is the nap timer sometimes doesn't work for all the kids, so it looks like some students didn't nap and others are still sleeping long after we've recorded their wake up.
Loved this application until it constantly resets what notifications I wish to receive... So I don't keep ANY notifications throughout the day. For an application that you pay for it is really disappointing that the main reason someone wants to have this application doesn't work.
I really like that my daycare provider uses this app. I think one of the issues is that there are too a lot of options, and often the caretakers just select the most primary thing instead of fishing through all the selections to search the exact specific thing my baby is doing. Still, it's a really amazing method to have a window into my baby's day while I'm at work.
Didn't realize how amazing it was till we switched daycares and had to use Tadpoles (blech). Simple to send/receive messages during the day. I got updates as they log activity and took pictures - loved seeing pictures or video of my baby during the day! Filter feed by photo, feeding, potty, etc. Nice to have option to change notification preferences. I want our fresh daycare would use this app!
only reason they remove the star is because my phone number on my profile with switched with my wife's and they had to delete our accounts in order to obtain that info updated. it should be updateable within the app. otherwise I think it's a amazing application that is intuitive and very helpful especially for fresh parents.
So far. I love this daycare. All the staff are amazing. I Love it. I like structure because things can obtain beautiful hectic! & thats what La Petite has. Neat, Organized, Straight forward. Head on, & EXPERIENCED!! I so recommend!!
Their chat help is horrible! over the course of a 1/2 hour two various people started to support me then simply disappeared. It wasn't rocket science. I just had a question about changing my password but the links sent to my email didn't work.
This application is very nice, and reassuring. however I want there was a live feed to the classrooms, kinda of like a baby monitor or the cox security systems that would be very nice, and that is an application I would pay to subscribe to. Thank you.
The story goes something like this: A sweet young lady named Alicianne Del Mar is hired as a baby-sitter for a small girl named Rosalie Nordon, who has just lost her mother. When Alicianne is driving to the Nordon's house, her vehicle breaks down and she is kindly assisted by Mrs. Whitfield, an elderly woman who lives in the area. Mrs. Whitfield also tells Alicianne that the Nordons are a very peculiar family and that she doesn't like them very much, especially small Rosalie. Mrs. Whitfield thinks Rosalie is responsible for a lot of poor things that happen in the woods, but the baby-sitter doesn't take the accusations very seriously and she assumes that the small girl's poor behavior may have to do with the fact that she has recently lost her mother. When Alicianne arrives to the house, Mr. Nordon doesn't exactly offer her a friendly welcome, but his older son, Len, apologizes for his father's rustic manners. At first, Rosalie seems satisfied to have Alicianne in the house and they become very attached, versus all odds. Rosalie is actually not very sociable, she doesn't have any mates and does a lot of strange things, like, walking around the cemetery during the night. She behaves in a very cynical and downright sinister method and is disrespectful towards his father and defies him constantly. Eventually, Alicianne becomes Rosalie's target too, reaching the point of receiving threats. Things go out of control completely and Alicianne understands that Mrs. Whitfield was right all along and Rosalie is not an ordinary girl. When she discovers the truth, she squads up with Rosalie's brother in order to obtain out of the house before it's too late. Less than excellent as it is, "The Child" offers a very dark and unsettling atmosphere. I don't know anything about the filming locations, but the woods and the huge house where the story take put are eerie and both sceneries convey a feeling of isolation and gloominess. I don't search nature and isolation depressing per se, but when you place these characters in this sceneries, I really do. Rosalie (the so-called "Child") is very dark and the relationship between her and her father is, in my opinion, what makes "The Child" a very special and disturbing film. We have seen enough horror movies about evil kids and it's a shame that Rosalie is not highly appreciated as some of her counterparts (although, it could be possible that the lack of distribution may have something to do with Rosalie's anonymity as a horror icon). Strange as it may sound, I consider Rosalie a very memorable horror hero and I have seen my decent share of horror movies in 27 years. If you set your expectations bar low and can obtain around the mediocre unique effects and the amateurish acting, you might have fun "The Child" for what it is. My main issue with this movie is that we never obtain to know enough about Rosalie's late mother, which is crucial to the story. Apparently, Rosalie's disturbing behavior was hereditary and while some of her background story is revealed by some of the characters, in my opinion, it wasn't enough. I think this movie could have been a lot better if they revealed more about this particular character. Other than that, "The Child" is a very enjoyable small flick and I highly recommend it to horror fans who don't take movies too seriously all the time.