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11-25-2011 06:53 PM
Zoe
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Originally Posted by dave4him View Post
Anyone else get an off the wall rerun of Full House going through your head off this topic?
Yes, that DOES ring a bell!

I would be absolutely enraged with this teacher. Even if the holes hadn't closed all the way, what was the teacher doing with earrings? I would be worried about putting earrings into a child's ears (even if they were pierced) in case they had an allergy or sensitive ears. VERY poor judgement on her part!
11-25-2011 06:07 PM
dave4him Anyone else get an off the wall rerun of Full House going through your head off this topic?
11-19-2011 07:02 PM
Christian Mother I had a friend of mine in grade school who had her ears pierced when she was a baby but she told me they closed. Well, I had earrings at my house and I was able to put them right in with out any problems. I don't remember her saying she felt any pain...but when she came home and told her mother...her mother was MAD!! Opps...we where kids then. One thing for kids to mess around but I think it's diff. if it where an adult. I think the adult should of left well enough a lone.
11-19-2011 03:44 PM
juliebug the girl already had double priced ears? but they closed there is alot missing from this story!
11-19-2011 07:47 AM
daycare WOW... I think what gets me too, is that it's very one sided story. I'm not trying to say it was right, I'd kick that ladies hinney if she did that to one of my kids.

BUT, it says the little girl already had her ears pierced two times and the holes had closed. Or so mom thought they were closed. Was this teacher able to put earnings on the child in holes that already existed?

More to the story than we are being told....But boo on the teacher anyway. Even if she did want to just put earnings on the child in existing holes, she should have asked the parents first.
11-19-2011 07:19 AM
sharlan Very poor judgement on the teacher's part. She should be fired.

I won't even trim a hair, let alone pierce an ear.
11-19-2011 06:44 AM
small_steps Some people have absolutely no common sense! I would be very upset. And yes the teacher should have been fired on the spot.
11-19-2011 05:51 AM
e.j. Wow! Just when you think you've heard everything....!

Assault charges, law suit, ..... yup! I can't believe they didn't fire her on the spot.
11-19-2011 05:46 AM
Kaddidle Care Law suit! Sorry, I'm not a big fan of blood sucking lawyers but in this case, I'd sue.

What's next? Tatoos?
11-19-2011 04:43 AM
dave4him I would have fired her! Or demanded she be fired!
11-19-2011 03:03 AM
Puddleduck http://mommyish.com/stuff/5-year-old...t-daycare-710/

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