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By tatortot7707 - / Thursday 13 January 2011 04:42 / United States
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Your kid was missing and the daycare staff didn't have enough sense to check the premises? The first thing you need to do is have a serious conversation with your son about inappropriate behavior. The second is to find a daycare that's actually capable of keeping track of your child. The third is to take legal action because they not only lost your child, but they did not take appropriate steps to locate the child or report him as missing to the authorities. I'm not a big fan of jumping on the l

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Haha, that wasn't necessarily what I was thinking, but yeah, I could understand that. I personally just find it awesome as to just how clever the little tyke is at such a young age. At least she can't complain that her son is stupid, you know? :)

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Not necessarily. My son did the same thing on a regular basis when he was about 3. He grew out of it after about a year. Now, he's an angel. He still is the best in the house at hide-and-seek though.

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well you are in good company then...haha...I am a bit of a muse fan as well...they are amazing aren't they!?...anyways, I found my profile pic on their site...I hope it's still there...I can't believe Matt's going to be a dad!...I hope this won't delay their 6th album :D

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recently switched my childs daycare as no-one could tell me how my son got the nasty bite mark on the back of his leg (thigh)... there were only 3 children in the room that session so clearly they weren't being watched :-/

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I absolutely agree. the daycare should have known where he was, if he had run away they should have contacted the police and you immediately. you pay to have your child under the care and supervision of that daycare his safety is their responsibilty during that time.

Your kid was missing and the daycare staff didn't have enough sense to check the premises? The first thing you need to do is have a serious conversation with your son about inappropriate behavior. The second is to find a daycare that's actually capable of keeping track of your child. The third is to take legal action because they not only lost your child, but they did not take appropriate steps to locate the child or report him as missing to the authorities. I'm not a big fan of jumping on the l

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I 100% agree with this. I couldn't have said it better. Physical punishment wouldn't have been needed, crying and saying how much he "hurt mommy" would have actually worked better with me, if I was a little kid. Spanking would have just led to resentment and painful memories when I was just trying to 'have fun'.

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