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Daycare question..

So as we all now know, I'm going to be getting a job and getting out of this house pronto. But I have a question about daycare.

I am going to be using EC with my son as soon as I learn his signals, if I don't have a job before then, and I'm wondering does anybody know if daycare will even try to do EC with the babies if a parent tells them they use EC? Or are they totally clueless when it comes to EC? Also, my 3 year old is not yet fully potty trained, maybe halfway potty trained. Do they require children to be potty trained at a certain age? I have heard of some parents having difficulties with daycare and their not yet potty trained toddlers. Stuff like they would punish the child for wetting his/her pull up or diaper or panties, won't let the child wear a pull up or diaper, stuff like that. Do all daycares do that? Or just some? Because I really don't want my daughter being punished for something she cannot help. My middle child is 22 months, and yet another question, do they try to potty train the kids? Or, for that matter, try to force children that aren't potty trained TO potty? I want to potty train my kids based on when they are ready, not age based. So knowing this stuff is vital. Thanks in advance. :)

Edit (10:57PM): I also don't want the daycare teaching my children. Is there a way to tell them not to teach my children the stuff they usually teach them? Basically, all I want the daycare to do is watch my kids and play with them. I'm the only one allowed to teach my children anything, ever. Scratch the teaching part, I'll let the evil daycare people do whatever they want with my kids, as long as it doesn't involve Dora, Diego, or Barney. Those I forbid my kid watching or listening to. But, in similar vein, can I at least request that they not learn the pledge? I disagree with the pledge, and really I don't consider it important to pledge to an inanimate useless piece of cloth.

Oh, and does anybody have a link to a non-Christian religious vaccine exempt form for the state of South Carolina for my son? He doesn't have his vaccines, and will not ever be getting them, at least not until he's 2, and then it's on my schedule not theirs.

Edit 2(11:50PM): Before I forget, is there a way to go about telling them your son is intact and you don't want him ever being retracted without sounding offensive, and making sure they know that you want everybody that's in contact with your son to know that? I'm usually shy around people, and as such tend to sound offensive when I do manage to get something out.

Comments

ladygaia87
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:21 am (UTC)
*sigh* I just really don't like it. I don't want anybody but me being considered important to them. And I feel teaching them will make them feel like the teacher is just as important as mommy.
mamiesgoo
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:23 am (UTC)
TROLL.


HAHAHA TROLLLLLLL
conuly
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:25 am (UTC)
I do begin to suspect as much, yes.
said_by_me
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:28 am (UTC)
She reminds me of the old Jerry Springer shows "I want to have a baby so someone loves me and I am only 14"
serene_orange
Dec. 17th, 2007 05:12 am (UTC)
oh damn.. I fell for a troll. I am an idiot.
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ladygaia87
Dec. 17th, 2007 05:38 am (UTC)
Just because somebody may have opinions you do not like it does not make them a troll. :) I do, in fact, have 3 children, I'm just a very paranoid person. Want me to get on camera and show your?
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conuly
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:24 am (UTC)
*blinkblinkblink*

Okay. Seriously? You have issues.

Your children should, indeed, consider that their world has more people in it than Mommy. And yes, other people should be important to it.

Frankly, your statement scares the everloving shit out of me. It is controlling, and it is not a very healthy attitude to take towards your children.

Yes, they should consider you an important part of their lives - and nothing is going to take that away unless you remove yourself from them permanently. However, it is never a good situation, even with the most loving of parents, to consider that only your parents (parent, sorry) is important. Not anybody else.
ladygaia87
Dec. 17th, 2007 05:40 am (UTC)
I'm not meaning for it to be controlling, I'm just paranoid about my children. That's all there is to it. I'm scared that if they go to daycare they won't love me anymore or they'll think I abandoned them or that I don't love them or a billion other things. Which is why I want to be as in control of their daycare life as possible, that way they know Mommy is still the only boss of them until they turn 18.
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said_by_me
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:26 am (UTC)
omg

its all the fuck about you now ain't it. Screw what is in the best interest of your child!
justuschickens
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:32 am (UTC)
Holy CRAP.

GET YOUR CHILDREN TO THERAPY. ODDS ARE THEY NEED IT ALREADY.
sojournscoffe
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:43 am (UTC)
please give me you kids so they have a chance at having a normal life please.

Edited at 2007-12-17 04:43 am (UTC)
mamiesgoo
Dec. 17th, 2007 04:45 am (UTC)
iawtc


I will take them on the weekends.
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krazydiva
Dec. 17th, 2007 03:20 pm (UTC)
Why in the world would you want that for your children? Do you have any idea how sad it would be for them growing up thinking that noone besides you cares about them, or thinks they are important enough to teach new and exciting things to?

You are being selfish, and your children will suffer. I personally am so grateful that my children have many people in their lives to love and care for them and help teach them the ways of the world. I am glad that other people think my children are important and vice versa.
serene_orange
Dec. 17th, 2007 03:27 pm (UTC)
no. she is just the most insecure person I have ever come across. if someone else is important to them then they might love that person more.

I am guessing she knows what a mess she is and them meeting other adults who might be healthy and smart would clue the kiddos in on what a mess she is.
faeriemoo
Dec. 17th, 2007 11:40 pm (UTC)
So you want the only people that are important to them to be:

Your parents: who threaten to and/or beat them, and
You: who spreads your legs for every man that walks your way, then relies on other people to bring up your bastard offspring?

Great job, mama!

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