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    Quote Originally Posted by captainscaptain View Post
    Drop off between 8-9am, pick up around 11am so he can come home for his nap. He's only going one day a week to get used to it for when I go back to uni part time next year...he hates it
    How old is he? Does he settle in once you leave? My ds used to be great at drop off, but now hates it

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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    How old is he? Does he settle in once you leave? My ds used to be great at drop off, but now hates it
    He's nearly 17 months. I can handle a terrible drop off when I know he'll settle but no, he doesn't which is mainly why he's only left for 2-3 hours. for next year!

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    I think from memory ds settled a lot more after 18m.

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