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Old 02-09-2008, 06:00 PM
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Question Removing Children from childcare

I have my 2 children in a home daycare setting. At 1st things seemed GREAT. And fast thjings have started to fade! My oldest hates going there. Everyday it is a struggle to get him out of the car. Anyway I went to pick them up the other night and my provider asked me if I was looking for new care, she heard from "someone" that we where looking for someone new. I told her no. My husband and I have talked about it but we haven't starting looking as of yet and we haven't told anyone this either. So my question is do I go in on Monday morning and tell her we are looking or wait until we find someone and then tell her.
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