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    Default Visiting Childcare Centres?

    I'm just curious whether visiting a child at childcare during the day would be abnormal or allowed?

    For example, if you work a close distance to the childcare and opted to have your lunch break with your child during the day?

    Have no idea how it works so fig'd this was the place to ask. Cheers

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    Default Visiting Childcare Centres?

    I'd be worried about your child getting unsettled and crying after you left again.

    Although my friend use to go and BF her child and her other child would visit while she was feeding.

    I wouldn't do it as I'd be worried about my son crying when I. Leave again.

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    Default Visiting Childcare Centres?

    When I was working in long day care, I had a couple of mums that would do this and would also come several times during the day to breastfeed. As long as it's not really upsetting your child and disrupting the room when you have to drop he/she back off then it shouldn't be a problem. You will just have to sign in/out when you take them for lunch. Just run it past the centre as they may also have policies for this as well.

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    Default Visiting Childcare Centres?

    Both centres DD has been to have been very welcoming if parents want to visit their kids during the day - especially BFing mothers.

    In DD's first centre I am sure there couldn't have been much of the day when at least one parent wasn't there.

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