Please use a lot of consideration when choosing your child care facility. I know that it gives you a warm tingly feeling inside to know that your child will be attending a 'Christian' child care center, but think this through for a moment.
For the first few years of a child's life, it's crucial that he or she learns fundamentals of communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and social skills. During this period whatever the child learns, will stick deeply in their psyche.
Sadly, in a Christian-based teaching environment, instead of focusing on advanced topics and teaching the children to question and challenge things while they can absorb the information, this time is typically used for indoctrination purposes.
Children are taught that they are weak, and 'He' is strong; that they are sinners, and but a speck compared with 'God;' that they should never question a higher authority, and just do what they are told. This does not advance their thinking, or raise their level of consciousness. In fact, this limits their willingness to ask questions and increases the odds of them falling to peer pressure--as a sheep following orders of others.
They are taught to fear consequences instead of common respect because respect is due. They fear the wrath of 'God' instead of developing compassion for their fellow humans. They learn to 'do good' only because 'God' is watching.
Most children that come from Christian-based pre schools or day care facilities are taught out-right lies, such as Jesus being born on December 25th, and that evolution is made-up. This creates a major problem for the children when they get into real education, or enter a university and start learning about the scientific facts behind evolution and the orgins of our earth. Because the creation story was embedded during that critical absorption period, the natural process is to reject the 'new' knowledge, regardless of the evidence to support it.
In short, by starting your child off in a Christian environment, you are heading them down a path of forced ignorance. At least let your child begin in a secular world, and if he or she chooses Christianity after an age of accountability, then so be it. But forcing them to learn things as fact that you don't even know to be true is a form of child abuse: inducing psychosis with thoughts of good and evil watching over them, as if they are constantly being graded and evaluated. It's bad for positive self-esteem, and slows social development later in life.
Give your kids a fighting chance; let them choose their religion once they understand it from a logical perspective. Indoctrination isn't fair to anyone, including your religion. Because indoctrination isn't their choice, and religion is all about 'choosing' to believe, not being forced to.