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    That's sad isn't it! As a parent you want to have your children's best interest at heart and like you say they don't seem to give two sh!ts about the little bloke. I guess there isn't any thing else you really can do. Good on you for caring about what his parents don't seem to.

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    What the hell are the parents doing putting their child with 3 different carers through the week! This, combined with the irregular Day napping and god knows what else is a recipe for disaster.

    Poor kid.

    Maybe straight up ask if the parents have spoken to a GP. Say you're worried that bub isn't coping with the current caring arrangements. What have you got to lose if bub won't be with you next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    What the hell are the parents doing putting their child with 3 different carers through the week! This, combined with the irregular Day napping and god knows what else is a recipe for disaster.

    Poor kid.

    Maybe straight up ask if the parents have spoken to a GP. Say you're worried that bub isn't coping with the current caring arrangements. What have you got to lose if bub won't be with you next year.
    Maybe they have no choice? We currently have a different arrangement for each day I work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Maybe they have no choice? We currently have a different arrangement for each day I work.
    I'm not trying to be nasty - however reasons don't matter. 3 x different caring plans for a child are incredibly unsettling for a young child whatever the reasons are.

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    A My first thoughts are coeliac disease. Coeliacs causes all those symptoms you mentioned. He really needs to see a GP. I doubt it has anything to do with his multiple carers at all.


 

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