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Details and information displayed here were provided by this business and may not reflect its current status. We strongly encourage you to perform your own research when selecting a care provider.

Multiple Child Discounted Rate (applied only to the oldest child in care): 15% off regular rate.
In business since: 2001
Total Employees: 1


State license status: Licensed ( verified on 12/8/2022)
This business has satisfied Wisconsin's requirements to be licensed. For the most up-to-date status and inspection reports, please view this provider's profile on Wisconsin's licensing website.
Licensing requirements typically include:
  • Complying with safety and health inspections
  • Achieving the required levels of educational training
  • Maintaining a minimum caregiver-to-child ratio
  • Other state-defined requirements


Monday :
7:00AM - 5:30PM
Tuesday :
7:00AM - 5:30PM
Wednesday :
7:00AM - 5:30PM
Thursday :
7:00AM - 5:30PM
Friday :
7:00AM - 5:30PM
Saturday :
Sunday :
Teacher/Student Ratio:
Program Capacity:

Cost & Availability

Class Type Rate Rate Type Availability *
Infant $ 318.8 per week 0
Preschool $ 264.4 per week 1
Infant/Toddler Drop-In Care $ 74.88 per day 0
Preschool Drop-In Care $ 63.76 per day 1
*availability last updated on 10/20/2022
Full Time (5 days/wk)
Part Time (1-4 days/wk)
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Ratings & Reviews

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I would not recommend this daycare. I found out my baby was sleeping in a mechanical closet without any windows, cement floor, completely unfinished room. Kristol did not ask me if this was something I would be okay with before hand and I also cant imagine that this is up to code with the state (She is a licensed daycare). I was told he would be sleeping in a bedroom off of the main room. She also pushed me to feed my baby rice cereal 2x a day because she gets reimbursed by the state if she feeds kids certain meals, when I wanted to bring my own purees.. I am writing this because I wish I would have known this before sending my baby to her.
Reply from K & K Family Child Care
I apologize that it has taken me so long to see this review and respond to it! I am saddened to hear that you feel you had a bad experience at my child care. It sounds like your two main concerns were your child sleeping in the spare room and eating rice cereal.

The room in which the child was sleeping is indeed part of the child care's licensed space. It is not a "mechanical closet," but a 13x15 spare room (with rugs) which I usually use as additional storage space, but have occasionally used for nap time when a child who sleeps in a pack-n-play has difficulty sleeping in the rooms with windows. Your child in particular slept best with more darkness and white noise. Also, I no longer use that space for nap time.

K & K participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program, a Federal program that provides reimbursement for serving healthy meals and snacks to children in child care. Home providers participating in this program must follow meal requirements established by the USDA. The USDA Infant Meal Pattern:
~Breakfast and Lunch: Iron-Fortified Infant Formula (IFIF) OR Breastmilk; and when developmentally ready, Iron-Fortified Infant Cereal (IFIC) and Fruit and/or Vegetable puree.
~Snack: IFIF or Breastmilk

Even when an infant is developmentally ready to eat table foods, K & K is still required to follow the infant meal pattern until the child is past one year of age. This includes IFIF at each meal and IFIC for breakfast and lunch. It is and has always been perfectly acceptable for parents to bring their own baby food to K & K, but all meal requirements must still be met. Any deviation from the infant meal pattern requires a letter signed by the child's medical authority. This includes any food allergy the child may have that eliminates a required meal component.

Rice IFIC is a good first solid food because it is easy to digest and contains the iron that infants need for proper growth and development. Iron helps blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. If infants do not get enough iron, it can delay their growth and development. Babies begin losing iron after birth and have a significantly lower amount by the time they are six months of age. For breastfed babies, it's especially important to introduce IFIC when the baby is ready to eat solid foods because it provides iron and zinc that babies need as they grow.

I hope this information was helpful, and I wish you and your family health and happiness.
Florence E
How much do I love this daycare? Well, Kristol, who runs it, is amazing. She's been such a resource to me as I've parented my high-energy first child. My daughter adores her, to the point of wanting to sit in her lap instead of mine when we've run into each other at community events. Kristol somehow manages to both get my strong-willed child to do things like nap, eat all her food, and learn to do good habits like cleaning up while still being loving and encouraging empathy. Back when we could go out in public (this review is written in the middle of the COVID pandemic), people used to give me SO many compliments on my child's good manners, and which was rather embarrassing as I knew the majority of the credit went to Kristol.

I was initially worried that the small group size would be unstimulating, but I've found that instead, my daughter has made deep friendships, and not just with kids of her own age. Because Kristol's care is out of her home, she's also got helpful hours for working parents and is open during weather and other events that close most bigger preschools (I once pulled my kid to her on a sled because I needed to work from home after a snowstorm!) When COVID struck, we pulled my daughter out to protect vulnerable family members, and she's been asking when she can go back frequently.

Kristol has been in the business for over 20 years and is fully accredited, certified, etc., so you really get the best of all worlds in terms of high-quality professional care at a much more affordable price than most of the high-quality big preschools in our area.

If you're wondering what brings on this infomercial, I'm getting absolutely nothing out of posting this except for not feeling so guilty for having to pull my kid out, because my hours were slashed at work. If/when I can afford to have childcare, I will be coming back to Kristol and crossing my fingers there is an opening, (and if we ever have a 2nd child, I'll be texting Kristol to get on the waitlist about a minute after I see the positive pregnancy test).
Our family was extremely happy to have our daughter in Kristol's care from infancy through kindergarten. Kristol and her family felt like a part of our family. Our daughter was safe, happy, nutured, and learning throughout her day. The empathy, understanding, and care for others our daughter shows were greatly influenced by the five years she spent in Kristol's care. You will not be disappointed in choosing K&K Family Childcare for your child!
We feel really blessed to have had our son at K and K family child care. He loved going there and always enjoyed playing with his friends. He never cried at drop offs! Kristol is very professional, kind, caring, and disciplined. If you are looking for somewhere your child will be taken care of, this is place to go. We had no worries about how our son was doing; he played but still learnt a couple of to share, clean-up etc.
We highly recommend K & K Family Child Care. If you are looking for a loving in-home day care for your child, K & K is the place. Kristol provides a friendly, nurturing environment for the children. She is trustworthy, kind, professional and organized; in short she is exactly the type of person you would want to watch your kids. We have been highly satisfied with the care she has provided our daughter over the past 18 months.
Multiple Child Discounted Rate (applied only to the oldest child in care): 15% off regular rate.
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