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About Us

Your Child Is in Great Hands

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Family child care in a “home like” setting is the best alternative there is for working parents. It provides a small secure environment for children during the most important time of their development. Family child care offers a home away from home, providing children with “siblings” of all ages, to play, socialize, and learn from. My goal in providing quality child care for your child is to provide a good foundation for your child’s future learning and relationships, choose a quality early childhood care center.


We want your child’s experiences in early childhood to set the tone for how they will perceive learning and socializing. e make sure your child has one primary caregiver as this helps infants and toddlers thrive. It establishes trust between the child and caregiver. A primary caregiver will know how to respond to a child’s unique background and temperament and can provide highly individualized care, which helps the child feel secure.There should be a deep bond with a caregiver.

The center should be safe for very young children. Risks should be well-managed. Infants and toddlers are very physically active. Indoors and outdoors, the environment should be very engaging, promote independence, and encourage exploration. At the same time, it should also be safe and controlled.

Meet the Owner

Latasha Allen-Gray, B.S, RCIS

Latasha was born and raised in Maryland where she completed early childhood education classes in high school and later worked in her mom's daycare. Her nurturing nature and compassion for helping people led her to work for Medstar Washington Hospital Center as an cardiovascular technologist. She attended University of Maryland Global Campus to obtain her bachelor's degree in Healthcare Management. Latasha is seeking out her dream to have children enroll in high-quality early childcare facilities and learning programs. 


A program that  benefits physical, mental, and emotional development. We want your child’s experiences in early childhood to set the tone for how they will perceive learning and socializing. 

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