Just wondering if I am being overly sensitive. I called nursery to let them know I wouldn't be bringing DS in today as he has a bad cough and seems generally under the weather. The nursery manager replied that they do not exclude children because of coughs, if they did they would never have any children there. Am I being silly to be upset by her response? (This isn't the first time I have found her to be patronising) I'm upset enough that DS is missing a day at nursery as he has only been going for 4 weeks. He seems to enjoy it but doesn't eat or sleep well there (which I'm guessing is just as he settles in). So I feel missing a day might make settling in take even longer as he won't be back there until next week now. Sorry for the ramble. Perhaps I am just overreacting and a bit upset that he has to miss out. Now, I'm wondering if I should have just sent him in anyway even if I wasn't sure he was well enough in himself? How do you decide if your child is well enough to go?
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Patronising Nursery Manager
MrsSleepypan · 17/03/2015 09:41
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