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    If you need to give your child panadol before cc, then don't send them as it only masks the real problem.....that's my Kindy rules

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    I would get your mum to look after her and make your sister take the day off work and look after her own healthy children....

    *obviously joking - and really hoping I'm thinking of the right person!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    I would get your mum to look after her and make your sister take the day off work and look after her own healthy children....

    *obviously joking - and really hoping I'm thinking of the right person!
    Hahahahahahahahaha yes you're thinking of the right person

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    I don't send DD if she has a temp.

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    If your child has a temp please keep them home. Nothing worse then having an unwell child who just wants their mummy's comfort. Also our centres policy is if they're unwell enough for panadol they are unwell to be attending cc. It's also unfair on the other families having their child catch whatever bug your child has.


 

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