According to DaycareAuthority, examples of daycare names include Baby Kids, Little Rascals, Rugrats and Reading Rainbow. These particular names are all inspired by popular television shows and movies that are for or about children.
"Baby Kids" is a variant of the film title "Bebe's Kids." IMDb explains that the plot of the comedic movie "Bebe's Kids," released in theaters in 1992, centers on the character Robin Harris. Robin promises his love interest, Jamika, that he will babysit for her friend Bebe's three kids. Robin struggles when the kids turn out to be extremely rowdy.
"The Little Rascals" was released in 1994, and it tells the story of a group of young boys who have their own club where girls are not allowed. The film follows the main character Alfalfa as he attempts to win the affection of Darla. Alfalfa and his friends get into plenty of trouble as Alfalfa tries to beat his enemy, Waldo, at a boxcar race.
"Reading Rainbow" is a show that started airing on the Public Broadcasting Service in 1983 and is hosted by LeVar Burton. This is an educational show for kids that highlights children's books and encourages reading on every episode. "Rugrats" ran on the Nickelodeon channel from 1991 to 2004. The show is about Tommy Pickles, Chuckie Finster, and Phil and Lil Deville. These characters are all babies, and the show follows their everyday lives.