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WWYD about this class?

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Tinofcarrots Fri 16-Jan-15 14:59:25

DD wanted to go to a class so we signed her up. The first week she cried and didn't want to leave me to join in. The second she joined in but said she was frightened and didn't look like she was enjoying it at all. Would you persist or not? I'm leaning towards not taking her again - previously I've always encouraged her to persist and try things again, but she does seem very reluctant this time despite being really keen before the first class. Any advice?

Pastmyduedate0208 Fri 16-Jan-15 16:48:07

How old is your dd and what is this frightening class?
On the basis that she isn't enjoying it you could give it up but it might be one of those things she'll end up enjoying if she gives it one more try.
Is it full of bigger older children or sonething?

attheendoftheday Sun 18-Jan-15 11:14:41

I'd try more than twice in most situations, but it depends on what the class is a bit, and whether it's a massive pain to take her.

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