Robert and Vanessa Urango, along with their daughters Violet and Scarlet are our Family of the Month for September. Vanessa writes, “Like all first-time parents, we had so much anxiety about leaving our baby in the care of someone else. We are transplants to the Houston area, and with no local family support, we knew we needed to find the best possible care for our daughter. As soon as we toured Primrose School of Champions, we knew it was the place for us. We loved the structured curriculum, cleanliness and organization of the facility, and friendliness of the staff. Violet started with Primrose School of Champions in April 2013, when she was 5 months old, and the infant room staff made us feel right at home from day one. Ms. Josefina, Ms. Tanya, and Ms. Sharon were so kind and caring and loved telling us all about Violet’s day. They provided us with a wealth of information and advice when it came to feeding, diapering, and even health issues.
After a short break at home, we returned to Primrose in the Toddler 2 room when Violet was 16 months old. Right away, we began seeing changes in her. She learned sign language in no time and began talking more. She was so happy with the daily stimulation, social interaction, and structure of her class. Ms. Melissa, Ms. Crystal, and Ms. Victoria were so wonderful and loved telling us about her progress and the funny things she said and did daily.
We have been amazed by how much Violet has flourished over the last year and a half at Primrose School of Champions. She has learned so much in a very short period, and we’re not quite sure how we would have survived potty training our headstrong little girl without the help of Ms. Adline. The structure she and the other teachers in the EP1 class provided was exactly what our daughter needed. We love getting pictures, videos, and artwork from her daily activities and can’t wait to see what new and exciting things she’ll be learning in the EP2 class this year.
We are also very excited for Violet’s sister, Scarlet, to start in the infant room in November. Leaving a three month old baby in someone else’s care is so difficult, but we feel completely comfortable knowing she’ll be in loving hands. We can’t wait to see her flourish at Primrose, too.
We are beyond thankful for the flexibility, patience, and understanding the front office and teaching staff at Primrose School of Champions have shown us as we navigate the waters of parenthood!”