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    I would be fine with it. My DS is 4 and attracts a lot of friends older than him.

    On the classroom front, i'd wonder if now that he has made friends with someone and starting to settle into the school it would give him confidence to connect and make friends with one his own age perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimplyMum View Post
    So very true.
    Thanks for taking the time to respond and remember my other thread. You have made me realise that perhaps I'm expecting a bit much to come home within the first week with a bestie. I def think time will help with the confidence which in turn will help with the friends (and maybe a special "it" toy Hehe)
    This is the second time DD has changed schools (that's IT!! now, no more until high school!) so I've been through it before too. It's seriously like it is YOU starting school, I get so nervous for her and stressed if she says "I didn't have anyone to play with at recess today". Funny thing is DH is the same, and he's normally so chilled out about everything, but he goes all pappa bear when he thinks his little girl might be unhappy at school.

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