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    Default Toilet training and no nappy change at daycare

    Not sure how to rate this - should I be taking action or is it not really a big deal? DS is nearly 3 and is still in nappies at daycare, I have told the staff we are in the process of toilet training and if he ASKS to wear undies to please put him in the ones I have packed.

    Week before last I pick him up and he's wearing undies. Informed that he had accidents and to pick up his wet clothes.

    Last week, I pick him up and he is still in the same nappy he was sent in.

    I'm going to speak to the director tomorrow. Is this a normal mistake to happen in a big Centre or are they seriously incompetent?

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    I would say something, very unhygienic in my opinion. If its enough to upset you it's atleast worth mentioning it to them

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    Poor little guy, left in the same nappy all day! If it was my child I would definitely be saying something.

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    I would definitely talk to them. I wonder if they assumed that he was in undies and didn't change him because he wasn't wet. You would expect that if he had only just started tt that they would still be trying to get him to go to the toilet and they should have noticed then that he was in a nappy.

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    Thats awful. No excuse for not knowing he is in a nappy, that age group should all be checked and offered a toilet run every hour or so. Sounds like they were either really busy or lazy.

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    Yes you need to say something because even if he was toilet trained or wearing underpants it means they didn't take him to the toilet at all during the day (unless the nappy was dry and they just took it off for toilet time which I doubt).

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    I did end up taking to the director and apparently he was being taken to the toilet and asked if he wanted to wear undies and he's say no so she just kept putting the same nappy back on after he did a wee in the toilet. Hmm not sure if I believe that or not!

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    Was the nappy wet or dry when you picked him uo

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    Was the nappy wet or dry? If it were dry or only slightly wet than her story of putting it back on after toileting sounds fine.
    If the nappy was wet than yeah they need to pick up their act


 

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