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  1. #21
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    I think it's totally normal for a boy, and no- I wouldn't be putting a stop to the tumbling around. He's probably just learning what is appropriate and what isn't and when it isn't. He still isn't 2 yet afterall.

    I think a trial in the over 2's might be a good start but obviously if they're not willing to give it a go- what do you do?

    The dummy- how do you think he'll go without it?

  2. #22
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    Oct 2013
    I've only read some of the comments... Perhaps it's a numbers issue and they aren't in a position to move him on a permanent basis. Speak to the director and ask that he be allowed to spend time in the big room whenever there is a spot available - kids are on holidays or are sick, or kids are transitioning into the next room. Although the move may just replace one problem with another. The first 4 weeks in the big kids room for us were a nightmare, more kids, more freedom, for my dd at 26 mths, it was a huge leap, she went from being one of the biggest/older kids to the smallest and her behaviour was terrible.


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