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    I wouldn't feel comfortable leaving my kids in the care of someone who couldn't look after her own.. I imagine the reasons for getting her kids taken off her would be pretty serious. Can you ask her? Also curious about how she has a licence to look after kids too..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
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    Anyone without a criminal record can get a blue card to work with children (in qld) not sure on other states though

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    I would feel really uncomfortable with them looking after my children. I would definitely be pulling them out.

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    In a family daycare situation, it would definetly make me feel uneasy and pull him/them out.

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    No way in hell would I leave my children with her!!

    How on earth does a person manage to hold a license to look after other peoples children whilst being labelled unfit to look after her own permanently?!?!

    I'd be contacting the relative authorities! Absolutely absurd!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uh-Oh View Post
    In a family daycare situation, it would definetly make me feel uneasy and pull him/them out.
    Yep agree. Typically your children wouldn't be removed from your care unless the situation was quite serious?

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    I wouldn't feel comfortable with it. They don't remove kids for no reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    No way in hell would I leave my children with her!!

    How on earth does a person manage to hold a license to look after other peoples children whilst being labelled unfit to look after her own permanently?!?!

    I'd be contacting the relative authorities! Absolutely absurd!!!!
    This. Hell no.

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    A girl who works at my daycare has "chosen" not to look after her kids. She has been given plenty of opportunity but doesn't turn up to access meetings etc...
    I feel really awkward around her but trying SO hard not too judge. I wear a massive judgey mcjudgey hat though so it's really hard..

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    A girl who works at my daycare has "chosen" not to look after her kids. She has been given plenty of opportunity but doesn't turn up to access meetings etc...
    I feel really awkward around her but trying SO hard not too judge. I wear a massive judgey mcjudgey hat though so it's really hard..
    So she doesnt want to look after her kids but then looks after other peoples.
    Bit of a concern.


 

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