About Comfy Cape & Owner

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Comfy Cape Child Care & Preschool has provided child care to children in the Cape Elizabeth area since 1999.  We encourage each child’s holistic growth through play-based and child centered activities. Our structured program fosters the development of every child’s social skills, emotional growth, and physical coordination.


Comfy Cape welcomes infants through Kindergarten aged children and is open Monday-Friday 7:30 am- 5:30 pm.


It is the mission of Comfy Cape Child Care & Preschool to provide quality child care in a warm, nurturing, loving and educational environment. 


We Offer:


-Small family style atmosphere

-Structured infant, toddler & preschool programs

-Healthy meal & snack daily

-Large outdoor play yard

-Flexible drop off and pick up times 

-Competitive rates

-Full time and part time child care

-daily communication sent home about your child’s day


-Active license in Maine to provide child care

-CPR & First Aid certified instructors

-All Staff Adhere to the Maine Licensing Rules for Child Care Facilities

-Enrolled in Quality for ME, Maine’s Quality Rating System for child care centers

-All staff enrolled in Maine Roads to Quality Provider Registry and complete professional development courses annually.



I am proud and thankful to be the owner of Comfy Cape Child Care. There is no greater joy than for me to watch a child grow and learn.


In 1998 I graduated from Messiah College in Grantham, PA with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. I have worked as a pediatric nurse for many years including employment at the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center & Boston Children’s Hospital. 

I am blessed with 3 beautiful daughters: Naomi, Julia, and Laura. Teaching is another passion of mine and I homeschooled my girls for 4 years when they were younger.

My favorite hobbies include cooking, music, running, hiking and camping. Comfy Cape Child Care is the perfect assimilation of my experience with children, pediatric, education and small business ownership. 

Kimberly Sholl