Licensed Jewish day care centers, especially ones that take tots under 2, are shockingly rare.
Lehman Weichselbaum And Julie Wiener
Little Wylie Berman, heeding nature’s call, was christening (so to speak) Kiddie Korner’s new changing table. Hands — and tush —on.
September’s dedication ceremony for the new Chabad day care center in Brooklyn Heights had just ended, the ribbon duly cut by local Rep. Yvette Clarke, and the doors opened to the parents and their children who were to populate it.
Gonzo Berman, 11-month-old Wylie’s dad who handled the diapering, pronounced the infant room’s table good.