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do your kids go to a nursery/playschool?

mumof2mumof2
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
how do they handel it?

are they good and enjoy it or cry until you get back?

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EveryRoseEveryRose
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
Billy started preschool a month after he turned 3yrs old.

We had no tears at all, he can't wait to get in there!

I don't even have time to take his coat off most days as he wants to be in first LOL

lil_angellil_angel
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
Unfortunately I'm passed all that now Crying ~ my youngest started school in August....so no babies left Sad Face

jellybeanjellybean
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
Over here there are nursery's called Kres but they only seem to catter for children doing 5 full days a week. The idea of putting your children into day care is fairly new in this area as most people have ex tended families living close by who look after the children.
This being a holiday area Turk's from other parts of Turkey have started moving here for work and so the family closeness is lost. They have realized that working parents need full time child care. They have not realized that parents who do not work would want part time child care. There answer is he can come part time but you pay full time prices as we have no part time place's.
An English mother went to a local play center just before Christmas and the owner agree if she could get a few parents interested we could have it for two hour's on a Wednesday morning for half price. This has been great. There are 8 children aged 16 months to 3 years who go. Cem has a great time and i get to chat to other mothers. We stop in the middle and have a drink and snack.

mumof2mumof2
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
cara goes to a little playgroup twice a week and loves it,would go everyday if she could and even cries when its time to go home.cant wait until august when she gets to start proper nursery she gets bored very easily and loves having her little friends to play with

emma1978emma1978
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
iestyn goes and most of the time he cant wait to get through the door.

he does have off days when he crys though but i just hand him to the teachers

mitchmitch
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
aimee is in afternoon nursery seems like she has been there for ever oh well she will nly be in there till july before she starts full time school

AlexAlex Moderator
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
Joseph started playgroup in Aug when he was just under 3, he loved it, He was 3 in sept and was able to start Nursery in Jan there because he was a commissioned place! and he Loves it. best thing I did was to move him up to nursery. hes now going 4 afternoons a week

sugarsugar Moderator
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
Charlotte started nursery (private day nursery) when she was 5mths old when iw ent bk to worki after mat leave - she loved it and was as good as gold - i left work after 3mths and stayed at home with lottie until she was about 23mths when i went bk to full time work (i always work in nurseries to take lottie with me) she has beenin 2 day nurseries since then and has loved it! shes due to leave nursery on the 8th march Sad Face and shes going to miss it sooo much! but should start school in sept!

staceybstaceyb
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
- My blog
CATHERINE GOES TO NURSERY (sorry for caps) 5 mornings a week. starts school in september Shocked cant believe it lol. my eldest jami starts secondary school in sept too

madilou04madilou04
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
hi my little girl goes and has done since she was 6 months is now juat over 2.. she loves it goes for 4 hours a day

GlitzyGalGlitzyGal
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
My DD goes 2 a private nursery 2 days a week from 9am till 6pm, she loves it and has learnt so much since starting when she was 13 months, she turned 2 in dec and loads of new friends, i think it helps to build up their confidence.

robbienutrobbienut
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
My youngest is still at day nursery - she's been there since she was 9 months old and she loves it. I was a bit worried about how she would like it as she was quite clingy at the time but needn't have bothered. She loves the attention lol! She is now 3.5 and starts school in September next year.

bunnigirlbunnigirl
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
dominic goes and he is fine till we get there then he cries i have to leave him screaming the place down but they say he does settle afet a while hope he grows out of it soon

chezchez
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
my daughter started nursery a month after she turned 3. she loves going she hasnt once cried when i have left it was me doing the crying on the first day she started at nursey lol Crazy she just said see ya later and went off playing

kerryann71kerryann71
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
my little one edward started last september at local nursery which is attached to normal mainstream school , edward loves it !!! , though i can say he has had a few bad days when he never wanted to go in.

zoey starts in september 2007 , im dredding that because there personalitys are totally different so i think im gonna get zoey's done this and that when i go to pick her up. i dont think she is going to be as well behaved as edward at school , im not sure but that is what i feel. only time will tell. but im sure zoey will be alright. you just get worried because its fear of the unknown really.

felicity was born november so felicity does not start till september 2009 , a bit of a gap.. felicity is more like edward very laid back.

yes nursery is good , myn dont goto a private one its a normal mainstream nursery so we dont pay the fee's of a private one, which is good.. plus its the school they will all be going when they go into reception..

see you from kerry..

selenadeonselenadeon
posted 1 decade 3 years ago
tyler started nursery begining of march this year only 2 and a half hours on a monday.(that's all we can afford) he's excited till we get there then cries they have rung me the last 2 weeks to collect him as he is not settling , as a qualified nursery nurse myself i know these things take time but as a mum i know my son is not happy here so i have decided to take him out. You see he was never like this when i left him at the creche just this nursery.

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