He is 3-1/2 and she told me he had a fit about putting his boots on to go outside and then started hitting his legs and then got put in time out.. like ok..... so he's having an off day or he's 3, this isn't UNcommon behavior for that age.. we are working on doing things for himself and he does get overly frustrated, she is aware of that.. is that something I needed to know about though? I mean, technically I am sure ALL of the kids there have done that before.. I just find it odd and it bugs me today I guess..
would your provider call/email you to tell you that too?
A call or an e-mail during the day always makes it seem worse. It indicates urgency to me, similar to a call in the middle of the night. It's also frustrating because you feel a bit helpless since you aren't there and don't know how bad it really is. My daycare only calls me when one of the kids is sick or hurt, but my older daughter's second grade teacher used to email me at least once a day to tell me, "Keely is under her desk." There wasn't much I could do about it from my office, so I offered the teacher several options for dealing with the situation; she chose to ignore my suggestions and just kept emailing me every day.
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