Both my husband and I are feeling pretty dissatisfied with our son's daycare in the past month or so. It's really amplified now that he's going 5 days a week, 9 hours a day. Our biggest concern is consistency.

1) Since May, there's been a stream of teachers cycling through the infant rooms (there are two). His primary teacher is the same women who's been with him since he started at 3 months, but I cannot figure out her hours. I never know when she's going to be there (although she recently told me that she's pregnant again after a miscarriage last winter, so I can't begrudge her wanting to take it easy/work less/rest).

2) since they teachers aren't steady, I don't know which room he's in. It really bothers me that he gets moved around so much. They told us he's fighting his afternoon nap and want to move him to 1 nap, but how can they get him to sleep if he doesn't have a routine.

3) I feel like having so many teachers and "floaters" all the time means they don't know my son. How can they know his likes and needs if they aren't there all the time? How many teachers do I have to remind not to pour out his breastmilk if he doesn't eat it?!

My heart is sick over this. I don't know what to say to the director, if anything. I don't think they are mis-treating him, but I don't feel good about the quality of care he's getting. I'm not thrilled about switching centers, because this location is perfect & it's one of the top rated centers in the area.

Should I say something? He'll be moving to the toddlers room in a few months - should we stick it out? I just want to feel like people know and love my son when I'm not with him