to think it's weird that a parent hangs about my child's nursery all the time?

(139 Posts)
Christmas78 Tue 13-Nov-12 10:49:04

I should start by saying I know I'm paranoid. I just don't know if I'm being completely paranoid this time!

Regularly when I pick up my baby there is this one father sitting around in the baby room at the nursery chatting to the girls who work there. He's a parent of one of the older babies so he's got a right to be there. I just don't get why he's there all the time! I pick my DS up at different times of the day as I work from home so it's definitely not just a one off. And why does he hang around like it's his sitting room or a coffee shop?

My issues are 1) the girls spend all their time bantering with him when I feel they should be focussing on the babies and 2) I just find it a bit weird that he's around my child so often and not a carer. I mean, I'm tempted to ask if they've blimming CRB checked him.

FanjoForTheMammaries Thu 15-Nov-12 19:08:19

<farts>

Greensleeves Thu 15-Nov-12 19:08:40

Fanjo and Raspberry

I am not angry, just sad.

Mrs Marriott

FanjoForTheMammaries Thu 15-Nov-12 19:09:33

tell someone who cares <sticks out tongue>

Greensleeves Thu 15-Nov-12 19:11:47

Fanjo

You have let the school down, you have let your parents down, and above all you have let yourself down

And open a window, you horrid girl

<wrinkles nose at fart>

Raspberrysorbet Thu 15-Nov-12 19:12:31

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

FanjoForTheMammaries Thu 15-Nov-12 19:13:44

but it was fun! grin

TiggyD Thu 15-Nov-12 19:18:27

I need to leave this thread before Raspberry Fanjo corrupts me.

Like us serious minded helpful people said: Probably nothing interesting, but he should distract the staff so much. Talk to the manager.

Mintberry Thu 15-Nov-12 19:20:28

The parent helper idea sounds plausible to me.
Or maybe he's friends with some of the staff, so when he goes to pick his kid up, he lurks around a bit talking to them?
Maybe he's a single dad and he fancies one of them. wink
It's probably nothing to worry about, but I understand why you'd be protective.
Maybe discretely ask one of the people who work there who he is, just to be sure? I'm sure they'd understand, you're just playing it safe.

pigletpower Fri 16-Nov-12 00:14:54

Hey Cortana! Nursery staff not doing their job again.Lot of it about it seems

Whodyanickabollockoff Fri 16-Nov-12 10:15:19

egg his car (ask the questions later)

Whodyanickabollockoff Fri 16-Nov-12 10:30:01

*only joking sorry

Aboutlastnight Fri 16-Nov-12 12:37:17

Op, why not pop in to the office or ask at picking up time who the man is?

Just say, ' do you have someone new working here? Or is that a parent helper?'

I would save egging his car for when the nursery confirms he is a paedophile who likes to pop in for a chat wink

MonthlyName Fri 16-Nov-12 12:42:12

I had a friend (female) who stayed at nursery to help. Because she couldn't leave her son, even though her son was fine without her there, she just didn't want him to be independant. Would it be the same if the op person had been female? Or guessing all the parents throught my friend was wierd too

stinkinseamonkey Fri 16-Nov-12 14:50:21

There were parents at DSs nursery too who were ALWAYS there when I dropped off DS and were still there when I left, then at pick up they were there when I arrived and still there when I was taking DS out the door

they were complaining.. every day.. about EVERYTHING! they totally monopolised the staff.

It was usually the father as the mother did longer hours at work

It was actually really really annoying for the rest of us who never got to have a quick chat with the key workers because they were always whinging about sandwich fillings or a bit of paint on a sleeve! Was same at parent's events!

Wasn't anything sinster though, just super super annoying! angry

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