So DS has graduated to the over 2 room since going back last week. It's possible that I'm feeling a bit prickly because they've stuffed me around a lot with his transition (he's 2 and 1/4) so I'm wondering if these things are all normal/acceptable with care in this age group or if I should say something:
He's gone home twice in two weeks with pooey nappies. One had clearly been there a while.
Yesterday when I picked him up he was in totally different clothes and no shoes, which is fine, he'd been a bit too enthusiastic with water play. They told me his clothes were in his bag. When I got home I discovered his shoes weren't there. I know I should have checked, but when I asked this morning no one seemed to know where they were or where I could look.
I'm fairly sure they didn't refill his water bottle at all today (warm and sunny) given how much he is drinking this evening.
Twice they've forgotten to record when he woke from his naps and couldn't remember when I asked.
Today when I picked him up his bag was empty and lying in the middle of the floor and his spare clothes were gone. They said sometimes kids just pick them up and go through them. Which I get but wouldn't someone intercept or follow up?
Whenever I ask how his day was the usual response is 'I'm not sure, I haven't been in here long.' Don't they have any handover at all?
They don't record his eating anywhere and when I ask they don't really know if he ate or how much etc.
The U2 room was diligent about keeping records and wrote a little note every day about how he'd been so I'm thinking maybe it's just different age groups? I don't want to be one of those annoying mums but it worries me about because they are nowhere near capacity atm as it's still holidays. He's new in that room and I would hope they were taking a bit of extra notice of him as they get to know him and things like that.
So are these things minor or would you say something? DS is happy and fine when I pick him up.