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AIBU to want to want to uninvite daughters cousins from her 5th birthday party as they have nits - yet again!?!

(10 Posts)
AmritR212 Mon 20-Feb-17 13:05:47

Daughter has her birthday party this weekend and I've invited her cousins. Just learnt that one of them has nits. This isn't the first time and I know anyone can get them from school etc. Even get letters from our school about it.
But these kids always have them and tbh parenting skills are non existent. Mother is only ever bothered about herself and I know she tries but...

Seriously in two minds about it!

ProudBadMum Mon 20-Feb-17 13:06:54

Tell her they can't come unless it's cleared as you will not allow yourself to be blamed when there's an outbreak in her school

Isadora2007 Mon 20-Feb-17 13:07:40

It's not the child's fault so YABU.

user1483387154 Mon 20-Feb-17 13:08:00

Absolutely needs to be treated before the party. All of the children and the parents need to be treated, not just the 1 child.

Isadora2007 Mon 20-Feb-17 13:08:17

You could offer to have the child come early and do a comb through and then tie her hair in French plaits.

Booboostwo Mon 20-Feb-17 13:32:37

Oh please, it's just nits, everyone gets them and some people are more prone to them due to their blood type. Don't uninvite a child relative over nits!

lonesomeandfragile Mon 20-Feb-17 13:39:32

YABU it's not the children's fault so why should they be punished? Ask the mother to treat / tie up hair.

StealthPolarBear Mon 20-Feb-17 13:40:34

...or the father

ivykaty44 Mon 20-Feb-17 13:40:52

Pop olive oil on your own DDS or DS hair as it prevents nits

allegretto Mon 20-Feb-17 13:43:00

Surely they can treat them today? Will be fine for the party.

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