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33k Wed 16-Jul-08 21:48:02

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Gobbledigook Wed 16-Jul-08 21:50:12

If answering for myself

1. MMR
2. Oops, can't answer that one
3. Just reduce hours maybe? How old is he? I would prefer to keep him at home and start back in Sept, you won't get this time back again, but will settling be an issue? Hard to answer without knowing individual child.

litterbug Wed 16-Jul-08 21:51:39


2 - no bloody clue sorry!

3- i would take him out for a week maybe?

Bowddee Wed 16-Jul-08 21:55:22

1. Singles. Then only a Measles booster is needed. Mumps does not need a bosster, and boys don't need a Rubella booster, so imo it seems a bit daft to put vaccines in that aren't really needed.
2. Absolutely no idea.
3. Agree with Gobbledigook, but would also like to ask if this is a private nursery. You may lose the place if it is.

Califrau Wed 16-Jul-08 21:56:20

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OverMyDeadBody Wed 16-Jul-08 21:57:03

1. MMR

2. No Idea

3. reduce the hours or days that he's at the nursery. But how old is he? Hard to answer really without knowing more.

posieflump Wed 16-Jul-08 21:57:44

1. mmr
2. argos?
3. leave him in

kittywise Wed 16-Jul-08 22:01:16

1) neither

2) I have a memory foam mattress topper and it's brill, sooo comfy and much cheaper than tempur!

3) how about reducing time that way it's a good compromise?

mustrunmore Wed 16-Jul-08 22:02:12

2. ours is great, think it was or; i'll ask dh if you want. was about 1/2 price of tempur.
3. Leave him in if you can afford to, and enjoy the time.

mrsruffallo Wed 16-Jul-08 22:02:46

1. single shot
2. Don't know
3. Take him out

33k Wed 16-Jul-08 22:03:01

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Gobbledigook Wed 16-Jul-08 22:07:14

I'd just take him out and start up again when you need to.

But then I'm not really a fan of day nurseries and I would avoid them for my own children at all costs so that colours my view, obviously.

If you don't need him in there then why not keep him with you and enjoy your time with him.

(by the way, mine are 3, 5 and 7 and the 3 yr old starts reception in Sept - we've been watching old baby video this week so am feeling particularly fragile about teh 'baby years' right now!!

33k Wed 16-Jul-08 22:08:16

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daftpunk Wed 16-Jul-08 22:11:02

1) MMR


3) i'd take him out during the holidays. wont take too long to get back in the routine.

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