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Taking someone else's child to school

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Julifer29 Thu 21-Apr-16 22:26:25

A long post but please read and advise.Don't get me wrong lots of people do this but I'm sure you know the person your asking. One mum has caught me off guard in the playground asking if I can drop her son to school in the morning. I don't really know her and only spoke to her at a kids birthday party. Her son doesn't know my husband and he's the one who will be taking ds to school in the morning. Is it just me or is this a little bit weird?

rachlouhart Tue 26-Apr-16 11:47:57

depends if she means a one off or a regular thing? if its a one off and she brings that child to your home then id do it as a good gesture, but on a regular basis id say no?

MTPurse Tue 26-Apr-16 11:50:20

Completely depends.

Does she live close/Will your dh have to go out of his way?
Is it a one off?
How old are the dc?

PhloppysFonics Sun 08-May-16 08:37:14

Yes weird. Say no. No way would I be dropping off a child I didn't know.

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