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14-01-2015 15:01 #11
14-01-2015 16:54 #12Senior Member
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If u can take him out then please do. Ds was unhappy for a year and I didn't see it. Now he is in a centre daycare and so happy its obvious he was so sad before and that breaks my heart that I forced him to go to the daycare he hated for so long without realising..
Try another centre.. Giving a dirty fruit bowl is unacceptable. Poor bub
14-01-2015 19:43 #13
Tomorrow is his 2nd day, I'll be watching very closely, and if I still feel upset by it I will take him out. I have rung a couple of places today but haven't got replies yet.
14-01-2015 20:59 #14Senior Member
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I wouldn't send my child there another day..not another second.
14-01-2015 21:13 #15
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15-01-2015 20:11 #16
Today everything I hates on Tuesday was better.
Only problem is DS got a tiny bit sunburnt 😩 have spoken to the carer and director about it. They r waiting for shade sails to be put up in the outdoor area which apparently should be done by early feb.
15-01-2015 20:52 #17
Did they not apply sunscreen & have hats on?
At my Dd2's daycare when i sign her in i apply sunscreen and tick next to her name that ive done it.
It gets re-applied before they go out again after lunch.
15-01-2015 21:42 #18
I put some on before I took him in, they have outside play in blaring sun 3 times per day, apparently around 40 mins at lunch time, as well as first thing in the morning and last thing in arvo.
The carer reckons they reapply sunscreen twice. I saw the one they use, it's 50+. When we picked him up his cheek and ear were red, he had been playing in the sandpit. When I looked closer there was a small blob of sunscreen on his ear which hadn't been rubbed in, so they must have reapplied it at some stage?
He has quite fair skin, but I have to say I've never seen him sunburnt DH meticulous at applying sunscreen on him as DH is a red head and DS is blonde and fair skinned. It is not 'bad' sunburn, but it was definitely red. Also a little red on his neck.
He doesn't yet have a wide rimmed hat (just a peak) and that is my fault as he hasn't needed one at the last daycare as everything was shaded so I should have got a wide rimmed hat, but even so, I would have thought correctly applied sunscreen would have taken care of his ear and cheek.
I'm going out tomorrow to buy him a couple of wide rimmed hats!
15-01-2015 22:15 #19
40mins at lunch time is not sun safe at all. My childcare has shades over the yard and I still don't take the kids out at lunch time as the shades wouldn't fully protect them.
15-01-2015 22:15 #20
We also have spare hats for children that don't have wide brimmed hats.
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