we're not sure a nanny makes sense financially and a daycare facility just isn't great for an infant (think put in a bouncy seat in the corner) not to mention they're expensive, so we're thinking a small group in home daycare makes the most sense. they are affordable, about half the cost of daycare, and i like the child:adult ratio. the trick with these of course is finding the right person in the right location. we're ideally looking for one that is willing to do cloth diapers, supports breastfeeding by giving pumped breastmilk and preferably incorporates green activities, education, and outdoor adventures into their daily routine, not to mention good, wholesome food.So, how did you find daycare for your infant or older children that was affordable and in-line with the green choices you've chosen in raising your child? I did suggest that my friend check out the Eco-Healthy Childcare Directory as a jumping off point.