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To keep ds off today?

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GreenHairDontCare Mon 08-May-17 08:11:31

He's been at my parents all weekend. He went to bed early last night and has only just woken up (normally springs out of bed before seven). He says he has a headache. He slept through in his own bed last night which almost never happens. He's really weepy and whingy.

I expect he is just really tired rather than brewing anything, so would it be unreasonable to keep him home and snuggled?

He's five, in reception.

Sirzy Mon 08-May-17 08:14:16

I would send him him, warn the teacher he may be a bit tired and then have a very early night tonight.

ZilphasHatpin Mon 08-May-17 08:14:24

Send him in, he'll be fine.

GreenHairDontCare Mon 08-May-17 08:16:13

I've just chivvied him and he's burst into tears and said his head hurts.

I'm going to Calpol him up and if he rallies I'll take him in late, I think. I'll be honest with school about why.

LindyHemming Mon 08-May-17 08:17:11

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ZilphasHatpin Mon 08-May-17 08:17:28

Could be too much sun from yesterday. It was scorching hot where we are.

GreenHairDontCare Mon 08-May-17 08:20:24

Could be! They were in and out of the paddling pool all day yesterday apparently.

StarryIllusion Mon 08-May-17 08:39:50

Make him drink a load of water, at least two glasses. If he had too much sun he could just be dehydrated.

GreenHairDontCare Mon 08-May-17 08:46:21

He's just fallen asleep again on the sofa. TBH I'm now thinking he is a bit poorly as this is very unlike him and the weekend wasn't THAT busy.

allowlsthinkalot Mon 08-May-17 09:43:01

I wouldn't even have contemplated sending him in! Why would you when he has a headache and feels under the weather, at five years old?

Dinosaursdontgrowontrees Mon 08-May-17 09:46:18

Poor love! Keep him at home. If he perks up after lunch take in for the afternoon although if it were me I'd not bother.

Rinkydinkypink Mon 08-May-17 09:57:22

Go by your gut. If he's fallen a sleep again he's clearly not ok. If when he wakes up he's ok take him in.

Zhan Mon 08-May-17 09:59:13

I'd keep him off. Poor sod sounds not well. There are more important things than school attendance.

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