post #21 of 67
7/30/09 at 1:29am
I guess it's always possible, but if another kid bites him (sadly, it's happened a couple times before) I'm always told immediately. Usually they bring him down to my room for some mama love and let me know what happened.
Not really. I work in the infant room. DS is almost 6. If I was in the 2 year old room I might be able to stretch it and let him stay with me, but not if I'm in the infant room. I think the 2 teachers who are in the big kid room in the morning are going to be the regular teacher (who was there today but who is NOT the one who brought ds to my room crying and acting snotty with me) and the assistant director. I've never known the assistant director to lay a hand on a child in the almost 2 years I've been here, so I know she wouldn't allow it to happen on her watch.
DS starts school in 2 weeks. I'm trying to switch my schedule so that when he does start school, I only work when he's at school so he'll never have to go to the daycare (except for school vacations).
I'm going to ask my director tomorrow, if she comes in. If she doesn't, I'll ask the assistant director.
I recognise that kind of mark I have seen them on my dd before. It is caused by holding a childs arm in a way where it pulls the skin. Usually when you pull them when they pull away.