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In the daycare's defence, the kid was crying and acting sick all day. If they let him stay, he may have just continued to do that. On the other side too, how do they know that he's not just saying that now. This whole thing kind of depends on the kids age I think. If he's only 2 or 3 then he probably needed to be with his mom. The kid was actually crying for his parents all day, so whether he was faking it or not, he wanted to be home bad enough that he was crying all day. I kind of see their point.
#3- Right with you! Early childhood educators know 1) kids new to daycare will have a difficult time adjusting at first 2) how to engage the child's attention elsewhere 3) not to call parents unless it's critical- emergencies or if the child is throwing up/has diarrhea, or a fever. They can also tell when a child is faking.... because *gasp* children do that. I'm annoyed for OP. Not at her son, but at the daycare providers. Her son was experiencing anxiety.
#41 Well exactly, the point we're making is that they are a bad nursery. Doesn't matter if the believed a little kid's acting (especially if he was running afterwards) or if they sent him home for annoying them, I can't think of an explanation in which they didn't make some kind of mistake. Source: I work with little kids every week
You've got a devious little genius there. Better be on his good side from now on.
You have to have a plan to discipline your child. Some parents choose physical abuse which is okay as long as you don't go too far. and other parents discipline them with psychology which I think is the best option.
While physical "abuse" is never ok, forms of physical punishment are sometimes warranted. For example, when I was little, my little brother broke the door and told my mom to f*** off. She then proceeded to spank the living sh** out of him, and guess what? He will never be that disrespectful again.
#32, that's what I'm trying to say here. Spanking is still physical abuse and I did mention about not going too far and beating the kid. I've been physically disciplined and I'm a better person with it. I just hope others who replied will understand, but doubts will remain.