My daughter was in the infant room from the age of 3 months to 6 months. I often hung out at the daycare and observed a lot that I didnt agree with. I finally pulled her out when I felt her life could have been at risk. Several times I saw the front door propped open to allow delivery men in and out. I saw one of the floaters throwing soft toys at an infant's head. I watched the infant room providers sit while children screamed to exhaustion and watched them tell others not to pick kids up because "all they want is to be held." I have seen them put food out of reach when a baby was being difficult to feed. All this bothered me but when I picked my daughter up one day and she had a fever of 103.7 and they had no idea (even though they were holding her) and they thought that a temperature of 86 was ok I pulled her out. I have no idea how long she had the fever. Or if she had a seizure because of the fever because most of the infant beds are around a blind corner that they cant see. I would not recommend this daycare to anyone. I was planning on pulling her out before she left the infant room anyway. I didnt trust the upper age level providers either.