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    Default Should I bring it up with cc?

    So I got in the car tonight and DS said 'N... bite my leg' completely out of the blue. I've just looked and I can see where it was but it didn't break the skin. I've taken a photograph of it. No one at cc said anything to me.

    I've told DS he has to stay 'stop I don't like it' and tell an adult so I'm thinking it would come across petty if I bring it up, because there's nothing they can really do about it now.

    Would you say anything?

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    Yes, absolutely say something.

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    I would probably mention it. If you don't like confrontation maybe say something like 'I must have missed it the other day but do I need to sign an incident report as DS showed me the bruise from where N bit him on the leg' or something like that.

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    I would. You don't have to be accusing or angry about it. Just say "oh by the way, DS had a bite mark on his leg yesterday and he said N did it. I just though I'd let you know so you can keep an eye on them".

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    Today DS was trying to pull himself up at daycare and slipped and hit his head. Nothing wrong with him but they rang DF, told him about it and when I went and picked him up, I had to sign a form.
    I would mention it and see if they know about it.

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    I would definitely mention it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    I would. You don't have to be accusing or angry about it. Just say "oh by the way, DS had a bite mark on his leg yesterday and he said N did it. I just though I'd let you know so you can keep an eye on them".
    I think this is a perfect way to put it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I think this is a perfect way to put it.
    I agree!

    I'm definitely not practising that conversation in the shower in a minute.

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    Ive never had to sign an incident report for a bite? Ive been told verbally that ds1 got bitten but never signed a report?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi1987 View Post
    Ive never had to sign an incident report for a bite? Ive been told verbally that ds1 got bitten but never signed a report?
    We always sign a report even for kids falling over

    Yes I would bring it up. And I had to read your post over and over again because I thought u said DS said The N word 😱 I was like YES bring it up!!!!

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