Baby Bongos is on the move.....

searching for Western New York 
day care centers 
that support your choice 
to cloth diaper your little one.

Western New York Day Care Centers that welcome your baby's cloth diapers:

Alden:                    pending verification: Imagination Station

Boston:                  A Leap in Learning

Buffalo:                   Rose Garden

Clarence:                ______________

East Aurora:        _______________

Hamburg:           Smarty Pants, A Leap in Learning

Kenmore:               ______________

Lancaster:            Children's Kastle

Lackawanna:        ______________

Lewiston:                ______________

Niagara Falls:       pending verification:

Orchard Park:      ______________

Tonawanda:         ______________

West Seneca:         Great Expectations

Wheatfield:        pending verication: Small World

Williamsville:        The Learning Garden (near Clarence and Bowmansville)

Do you know of any 
Western New York Day Care Centers 
that welcome cloth diapers?

Contact us to add another day care center to our list.
  Thank you for being green for Western NY families!  

Regarding the Day Care Centers listed above:

1.     Any views, opinions or links presented on this website do not necessarily represent those of the Day Care Centers listed above.

2.     Financial reciprocations are not shared between Baby Bongos and the Day Care Centers listed above.  Each business communicates with and/or promotes the other freely and without fees.      

3.     Baby Bongos and/or the Day Care Centers listed above are entitled to terminate their reciprocal communications & promotions at any time, for any reason.   Each business is to communicate this decision to the other so that the termination may be put into effect immediately.

4.    Baby Bongos visits, works with, and lists the above Day Care Centers in order to to provide cloth diapering families with a list of quality options for local day care centers.  

5.    For more information on the above listed day care centers, parents or guardians are to contact the centers.