I would love to say its doable and if you have too you have too but I would see a massive headache for you both. It's so tough, why aren't there more spots available. Going back to work is hard enough without having to put him in 3 places. Take the long one and hopefully some more spits come up. Also I find consecutive days much easier on them than day on day off day on day off ect. If you change your roster does that help with places available?
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20-10-2012 07:34 #11
Multiple child care centres for the one child
20-10-2012 07:53 #12
I agree with PP's and try to avoid it. I think it would be massively disruptive for everyone and not worth the possible outcomes of an unsettled child, different centres and different routines for you both.
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