Giggling Guest Child Care


(509) 483-5155

As 2013 comes to an end, we’ve had quite the year! Both centers are doing well and participating in Early Achievers.  Giggling Guest Too has achieved a Quality of Excellence in childcare! Giggling Guest Again is waiting for the data collectors to come out and rate their center, good luck to all the teachers and families.  Thank you to all of you that have made our childcare center successful.

Upcoming Events:

We will be CLOSED for the following days!

Wedesday, January 1, 2014: New Years Day

No Elementary School: January 20, 2014 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

No Elementary School for Spokane Schools (unless it becomes a snow make-up day): January 27, 2014


Please remember to sign in and out on the clipboards.  This is required for each and every family in addition to clocking in and out on our computer system.  Parents should help us maintain a secure facility by having any and all parents clock in and out at the front desk to assure they are authorized to be in the building.  If you are unsure, please find someone at the front desk to help any guests that may arrive.  Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

Remember that we are required to take the children (except for extreme weather) out every day by the WAC.  Please make sure to bring labeled weather appropriate clothing (jackets, gloves, and shoes). You may be asked to bring them in the middle of the day if your child does not come to the center with them in the morning.

Helpful Links for Parents and Families

Color Me Healthy January Newsletter

What Works Brief: Expressing Warmth and Affection to Children by S. Twardosz

Zero to Three: Little Kids, Big Questions: A ZERO TO THREE Podcast Series on Early Childhood Development – This series of 12 podcasts addresses some of the most common (and challenging) issues facing parents of babies and toddlers today, including sleep, crying, feeding and the development of self-control and self-esteem. Each podcast features an interview with an expert that focuses on how to apply the research of early childhood development to your daily interactions with your baby or toddler.