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#1 of 6 Old 09-02-2012, 07:31 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My son is going to be going to public preschool In town elementary school 5 day a wk 8-10:30am.
He is not potty trained n that is ok they said just has to be in pullups. But I concerned about him pooping n needing to be changed. Cause he is uncircumcised. Maybe it just a fear that they will retract foreskin. Because his old pei did at his 3 day old visit.n that was it. Cause I changed his pedi. Would u be concerned?

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Whomever is in changing the kids who are not potty trained has probably seen a million bottoms and everything under the son. I don't think you should be concerned. But if you are, mention it to the staff and explain that cleaning is fine. Be specific about what you are talking about.

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this website had stickers that you can put on the front of your sins diaper for school, i would totally do that and not for a second assume the school worker knows what to do at all.

 

http://www.thewholenetwork.org/decals.html

 

i once saw another site that had a ton more , but cant find it now.

 

 


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They have most likely had this question before, but even if they haven't its always good to make sure the daycare knows what you want done or not done in caring for your child.


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Depending on where you are most likely they have seen many intact boys (in most of the country less than half of the boys are circ'd now). 


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I would just tell them. It really does depend where you are, and I wouldn't assume they know what to do. At my son's old daycare, the person in the baby room said she had NEVER had an intact boy. Never. Not until mine. And she had been doing it for several years. 


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