Sample resignation letter due to childcare (8)

In this guide, we will see some “Sample resignation letters due to childcare” and a few examples that you can use or have as guidance to write your own.

Sample resignation letter due to childcare (resign letter)

A Sample resignation letter due to childcare is very useful if you are a staff nurse at a hospital (although there are nurse samples available), a secretary, a music ministry, a teaching assistant at a primary school, etc. but if you have been on maternity leave, you may be thinking about handing in your resignation letter because you would like to stay with your child longer or just be a stay at home mom, it is necessary then to inform your employer to avoid any conflicts or burning bridges.

There are two ways you could let your employer know.

For instance, if you have an urgent matter to attend to you could send them an email informing them about your decision.

However, it could be that you need to resign due to personal reasons, health conditions, or even a new job where you have a better schedule to take care of your child.

If you notice each letter handles almost the same format, that you can use to write your own letter.

Here are some easy samples you can adapt to your own circumstances.

Sample 1

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“Julie Lindmarr

123 Main Street

Anytown, CA 12345


September 1, 2018

Mr. Paul Ferrari

Stirling Manufacturing

1439 West Plant Rd.

Denver, CO 80123

Dear Paul,

I’m writing this letter to let you know that my last day at Stirling Manufacturing will be March 11. I am sorry to leave such an excellent employer, but I have decided to stay at home with my baby for the first few years of her life.

As you know, I have felt quite conflicted since coming back to work following my FMLA time and my extended unpaid leave of absence. I truly bonded with the baby and appreciate your generous permitting of time off while I thought about all of the options.

Since coming back to work full time three weeks ago, I have had a difficult time balancing my work and life roles. I have also not found childcare that I am completely happy with and this is adding to my stress.

I have appreciated my ten years with Stirling and will certainly consider working with the company again, depending on your needs when I come back into the workforce. I will long remember the kindness and generosity with which you treated me throughout the pregnancy and during my leaves.

I hope that you will remember me and my work with appreciation and a positive spirit. Please stay in touch when I am no longer working here.

Please let me know how I can help you transition my work and my job to another employee. I am also available to help recruit and train my replacement, even beyond the two weeks, if you don’t mind the baby under the desk while we work together.

Again, working here has been great. I will miss you and all of my coworkers. Becoming a stay-at-home mom was a difficult decision, but it’s the best one at this time, for my family.

I wish you nothing but the best.


Julie Lindmarr (signature hard copy)

Julie Lindmarr”

Sample 2

Example from

“June 21, 2014

Terry Boss name

Company Name

Company Address

Dear Mr./Ms. Bossname,

Please accept my resignation from (company), effective (date). 

I have enjoyed and appreciated my time spent at (company) and I have not made this decision lightly. However, due to a lack of suitable childcare, I will be resigning to become a stay-at-home (mom/dad). 

Thank you for allowing me to take part in this fulfilling and gratifying work. 


Your Name

cc: name of H/R supervisor”

Sample 3

Example from where you can find a printable version:

“Jana s. Henderson

100 Broadway Lane

New Parkland, CA 91010

Jennifer L. Ringer

Daycare Center Director

ABC Daycare Center

205 N. Broad St.

New Parkland, CA 91010

September 19, 2014

Dear Mrs. Ringer,

Please accept this letter as my two weeks’ notice of resignation as a Preschool Teacher for the ABC Daycare Center. My last day of employment will be Friday, October 3, 2013. I have decided to resign due to the impending birth of my first child. It is my intention to focus on raising my baby without the added responsibilities of outside employment.

I have truly enjoyed my five years of employment as a Preschool Teacher here at ABC, and adore the children whom I’m fortunate enough to teach. I will work to complete lesson plans and project preparation for the remainder of October and intend to assist with the training and transition of the new teacher. Please do not hesitate to contact me by phone at (555) 555-5555 or by email at if you have any questions regarding either of these items.

I know I will miss the smiling faces of the children at the daycare center, as well as the support of my co-workers. I hope to stay in touch so that I can remain updated on the center’s progress. I wish all of the staff much success and thank you for your consideration in this matter.


Jana Henderson

Preschool Teacher

ABC Daycare Center”

Sample 4

Example from where you can find a printable version:



It is with the deepest regret that I tender my resignation as a childcare worker for [COMPANY NAME] effective [DATE 1]. This has been a great place to work for and you have been an excellent employer, but [REASON].

I will gladly assist the new childcare worker transition to my role. 

It has been a great experience working at [COMPANY NAME]. I will surely miss my time with the children and my colleagues. I wish your office nothing but the best. 

Thank you again.




Sample 5

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“Date: [Today’s Date]

[Name of Business]

[Name of Employer]

[Company address]

Dear [Manager’s name]:

I am sorry to inform you of my need to leave my position at [company name]. I must take this opportunity to be with my children and choose to devote all my time to them.

It has been a great pleasure to work alongside all my colleagues and I will miss them greatly. I appreciate all that I have learned working for you.  I respectfully will take my leave on [last work day] and will be happy to assist in helping bring up to speed the person who will replace me. I want to thank you for the opportunity to be a part of [business].

Very Sincerely, (leave 4 spaces below this line for your signature)

[Your printed name]”

Sample 6

Example from


[Manager or Directors Name]

[Business Name]


Dear [Manager’s Name]:

I am giving my notice that I will be resigning from [business name] as of [effective date].

I have had a difficult time with this decision but feel it is necessary in order to be with my children as a full time at home mom. This is where I wish to concentrate and although I have been employed for [number of years], the pull of my family has directed my attention in a way I cannot ignore. It would be a disservice to [business name] to do otherwise.

I have very much enjoyed the time I have spent with [company name] and learned many things I would not have known had I not been your employee. Thank you very much for the many fine opportunities I have received.



[Printed name]”

Sample 7

Example from

“Dear Mrs. Weaver:

Please accept my resignation as the pre-kindergarten teacher at ABC Daycare Center effective August 15. It is with mixed emotions that I leave this job that I love. As you know, I am expecting my first child three months from now and, after much discussion and thoughtful consideration, my husband and I believe it would be best for our child if I become a stay-at-home mom for a while. My plan is to stay home with our child as long as we can afford to live on my husband’s income alone.

I have treasured every moment of the 5 years that I have served as the pre-kindergarten teacher at ABC. I dearly love each one of the children and will miss them all terribly. I will also miss the other members of the staff at ABC who have all grown to be treasured friends of mine. I believe you operate the very best daycare center and pre-school in the metropolitan area and it has been my honor to be a part of your highly skilled and professional staff. I am happy to help train the new pre-kindergarten teacher when you hire one and I will have all curriculum and classroom materials in good order to make the transition as smooth as possible in time for the new school year.

It is my plan to arrange to visit ABC regularly after our baby is born. I look forward to keeping up with the children in the pre-kindergarten class as well as all my friends on the staff. I hope you will email me and keep me up-to-date on all the news and any special events at the center. I want to thank you for giving me the opportunity to impact the lives of the children at ABC. My time here is something that I will cherish always.


Jessica Hughes

Jessica Hughes”

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I write a letter of resignation for a daycare?

If you want to write a resignation letter for a daycare, you should start by addressing the recipient of your letter who is responsible for HR.

You need to include your last day of employment and you may (or may not) also include the reason why you are leaving. 

How do I resign due to family reasons?

If you want to resign due to family reasons, you could start by telling your boss about what is going on, thank him/her for understanding and apologize for any inconvenience this situation may cause.

In addition, don’t forget to mention the last day of employment and sign your letter at the bottom.

How do I write a resignation letter due to family problems?

If you want to write a resignation letter due to family problems here is an example from

“Sub: Resignation Letter Due to Family Problem

I am writing to inform you that next month, I will be leaving (Company/Institute name). Unfortunately, family circumstances at this time require my full attention, and I have important issues to take care of, which leave me unable to fulfill my duties to the company.”

How do you write a letter of resignation for a stay at home mom?

If you want to write a letter of resignation for a stay at home mom here is an example from

“As of [date should be two weeks from the date at top of the letter], I will respectfully resign from my job as [title]. I intend to spend my time as a full-time mom at home. My work here has been enjoyable and interesting. Thank you for providing me with this great opportunity.”

Do I have to give a reason for resigning?

You do not have to give a reason for resigning or you can simply write “personal reasons” without including too many details.

However, it is important to include in your letter your notice period and intended last day of employment.


Heathfield, S. (2019, Jul.) Sample resignation Letter When Leaving to Care for Children. Retrieved from “Resignation Letter Due to No Childcare” “Resignation Letter Templates For A Stay At Home Mom”

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