My 7 month old has just started nursery 3 days a week. I've noticed that the babies sleep outside in big prams during the day for naps but assumed they'd be moved inside during wet weather.
However when I checked this out I was advised that there is no room inside for the prams (or cots, hence the big prams outside) so the babies sleep outside during the winter and rainy weather!
Maybe I am being oversensitive but I can't bear the idea of this, after all its something I would absolutely not do at home! I feel bad enough just sending dc to nursery as it is!
Plus, surely the exorbitant fees I'm paying should ensure that my baby's basic need for warmth is being met, otherwise what am I paying for?
Can anyone tell me if this happens at their nursery? If its normal then I shall try and get used to it - dc seems to have settled in well and I'd be reluctant to move her if this is something petty - but my gut feeling is to get her out of there pronto as I now feel the nursery prioritises their income over children's best interests.
Possibly I'm over dramatizing, but would like some advice!
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is this normal practice?
mummybrain · 06/09/2007 18:35
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