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    Quote Originally Posted by knomie View Post
    Stupid question.... but wouldn't the marker go through the clothes???

    Sent from my MotoA953 using BubHub
    Not the one i use, its a laundry marker made for clothes and materials

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    Wow that's a lot of clothes!!!

    I don't even send a change of clothes for DS at kindy!!!!!

    Id be sending a list of what you packed and then getting them to check it off before you leave to ensure its all accounted for!

    Or don't send so many clothes - if she gets wet I'm sure they have spare jumpers!

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    I'd give it a week to see if they're returned by other families in case they've been taken home accidentally. Some children might only attend one day a week
    Most centres will have a good supply of spare clothes, so maybe just send less clothes?

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    Yeah will send less clothes.

    Its just strange its never happened before and then a large amount vanished!

    Its laughable,

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    I wonder if the bags got mixed up and the other child had a lot of accidents that day? They might end up coming back.

    In any event, I wouldn't make a big deal over it. My policy is to be very nice to the overworked and underpaid people who look after my child.

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    I only go through my DD's maybe once a week, so if I did have something in there not hers I wouldn't know till then.
    We lost a blanket there and after 6 months it was found, it was going from room to room as they just thought it was one of theres


 

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