The teachers are enthusiastic and supportive, and all of them are members of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), having an experience of a minimum of two years to be qualified for work with us.
Our mission is to create a home away from home for our children by providing a stimulating, nurturing environment delivered by caring and knowledgeable teachers. Read more
I love this place. We've taken our baby there since he was 7 weeks old. He is now 6 months old. The staff is very loving and Saida is very kind. Our baby is happy and so our we.Original recommendation
Our daughter has been going to Saida's Little People since she was 3 months old and I am so happy with our experience so far. My daughter loves all of the women here and they love our kids just as much. I love the home atmosphere and the appreciation all of these women have for the individual personalities of all the children there. Saida's Little People has a less institutionalized feel as compared to "big box" daycares that I visited and I am so happy we chose her facility.Original recommendation
Like any new "working" mother, I was terrified to leave my 7-8 week old baby with "strangers". I cried the day I was signing him up and the day I dropped him off for the first day. Saida, who is the owner and our "hanai" grandmother (* hanai = 'adoptive' in Hawaiian), asked me why I was crying. I told her I was so nervous and scared to leave him and I felt guilty. She said the best words to me. "Why? We are family here".Original recommendation
... I would rather my son grow up in her humble, beautiful, loving space than any corporate, high turn over, big daycare. We are so grateful and happy to be a part of this family.
Nothing but love for this place. My son is so happy there. We started going there at month 9 and now he's at month 15 of age. Always happy. I recommend Saida and her staff.Original recommendation