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Old 11-09-2016, 11:16 AM
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On Monday evening I had the WORST interview I have had in a long time. They arrived 20 minutes early (I had a child here still), so I told them that they would have to wait in their car until our appointment time, since I do not do interviews with children in care.

They brought the infant sibling along, that's fine. BUT they didn't WATCH the crawling infant at all, and I kept awkwardly removing small items from her hands (eg. brother was playing with a Lego center I have on the table, dropped a Lego, baby picked it up and parents did nothing). When I did remove the item, she screamed/yelled in protest and the mother PICKED UP A LEGO and HANDED IT TO HER INFANT TO CHEW. I had to speak up and say that I was concerned it was a choking hazard.

Mom is a SAHM with a mothers helper 3 days/week. They were interested in my drop in/1 day/week space. She wants brother to come on one of the days her helper is there. The helper would do drop off/pick ups. I would never see either parent. The Mom kept saying the available day wrong. I kept correcting her. She said "Oh but my helper isn't scheduled on that day. I can't POSSIBLY drop off son with daughter, too." Dad suggests they switch the mothers helper days around when I said I could not change my entire schedule. Mom agrees that COULD work.

Child had some obvious speech delay and I suspect a gross motor delay as well. At 4, he couldn't manage going DOWN the three small steps off my porch.

Everything was posed to him as a question. "Would you like to leave now?" when I wrapped up the interview, for instance. "Would you like to wear your jacket?" (it was cold and raining). Of course, NO was the answer so the parents tried to STAY and let him play "You can chose one more activity." and I had to say "Unfortunately I have obligations and need to close for the evening."

I say I'm conducting interviews, I'll let you know when I make a decision.

Last night, the emails started.

The Mom writes "child'sweirdname has some concerns. Child likes to chose his meals for the day. Can you make substitutions for him? If not, we will bring his meals, they will just need to be warmed. Child would like a couch for himself to rest and relax in. Will child have his own couch? (I have two, they fit three kids). Child would prefer a morning snack as we have at home, can you change your meals to accomodate? Child does not nap, so he would like some special time with his new teacher while the other children nap."

I reply, and we go back and forth, ad nauseam

I finally said that I didn't think it would be a good fit, that I appreciated their interest in my program and gave them some 1/2 day, 2 day week program options in our area. Thank you, best of luck, nice meeting you.

Mom replies just now with

"Thank you for those suggestions. We would like child to start next week, my helper will be coming with him for the first few weeks to acclimate him to your colorful space, and to help you understand child's quiet yet advanced speech. We will pack his meals and I will write directions in his bag."

My next email.

I have already filled the space with another child. Best of luck to you in finding child care that better meets child's needs.

I REALLY need to get away from this area. To top if off, this mom is friends with another of my moms. This mom told current dcm that the child was coming here. Awkward conversation last night about how I haven't made a decision yet.

And no, I don't have the space filled yet.
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Old 11-09-2016, 11:24 AM
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What the heck just happened

Where are all the normal people "acclimate him to your colorful space"???? "Can he have his own couch"????
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Old 11-09-2016, 11:43 AM
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That is so absurd all I can do is laugh!
Have fun finding care mom.

And that's no snowflake...that's the 'Chosen One'.
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Old 11-09-2016, 11:45 AM
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On Monday evening I had the WORST interview I have had in a long time. They arrived 20 minutes early (I had a child here still), so I told them that they would have to wait in their car until our appointment time, since I do not do interviews with children in care.

They brought the infant sibling along, that's fine. BUT they didn't WATCH the crawling infant at all, and I kept awkwardly removing small items from her hands (eg. brother was playing with a Lego center I have on the table, dropped a Lego, baby picked it up and parents did nothing). When I did remove the item, she screamed/yelled in protest and the mother PICKED UP A LEGO and HANDED IT TO HER INFANT TO CHEW. I had to speak up and say that I was concerned it was a choking hazard.

Mom is a SAHM with a mothers helper 3 days/week. They were interested in my drop in/1 day/week space. She wants brother to come on one of the days her helper is there. The helper would do drop off/pick ups. I would never see either parent. The Mom kept saying the available day wrong. I kept correcting her. She said "Oh but my helper isn't scheduled on that day. I can't POSSIBLY drop off son with daughter, too." Dad suggests they switch the mothers helper days around when I said I could not change my entire schedule. Mom agrees that COULD work.

Child had some obvious speech delay and I suspect a gross motor delay as well. At 4, he couldn't manage going DOWN the three small steps off my porch.

Everything was posed to him as a question. "Would you like to leave now?" when I wrapped up the interview, for instance. "Would you like to wear your jacket?" (it was cold and raining). Of course, NO was the answer so the parents tried to STAY and let him play "You can chose one more activity." and I had to say "Unfortunately I have obligations and need to close for the evening."

I say I'm conducting interviews, I'll let you know when I make a decision.

Last night, the emails started.

The Mom writes "child'sweirdname has some concerns. Child likes to chose his meals for the day. Can you make substitutions for him? If not, we will bring his meals, they will just need to be warmed. Child would like a couch for himself to rest and relax in. Will child have his own couch? (I have two, they fit three kids). Child would prefer a morning snack as we have at home, can you change your meals to accomodate? Child does not nap, so he would like some special time with his new teacher while the other children nap."

I reply, and we go back and forth, ad nauseam

I finally said that I didn't think it would be a good fit, that I appreciated their interest in my program and gave them some 1/2 day, 2 day week program options in our area. Thank you, best of luck, nice meeting you.

Mom replies just now with

"Thank you for those suggestions. We would like child to start next week, my helper will be coming with him for the first few weeks to acclimate him to your colorful space, and to help you understand child's quiet yet advanced speech. We will pack his meals and I will write directions in his bag."

My next email.

I have already filled the space with another child. Best of luck to you in finding child care that better meets child's needs.

I REALLY need to get away from this area. To top if off, this mom is friends with another of my moms. This mom told current dcm that the child was coming here. Awkward conversation last night about how I haven't made a decision yet.

And no, I don't have the space filled yet.
That woman totally wins crazy this week! OMG, I couldn't imagine!
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Old 11-09-2016, 11:52 AM
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Old 11-09-2016, 11:59 AM
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The whole thing was bizarre! Those are just the MAJOR red flags.

I have more and more interviews leaning this way in the last year. Nannies, nannies for ALL!
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Old 11-09-2016, 12:17 PM
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Everything is a deal breaker.

I really want to know his weird name! Please???????
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Old 11-09-2016, 12:52 PM
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It almost seems like she read these boards for awhile, then set up an interview just for kicks!
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Old 11-09-2016, 12:58 PM
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This is so humorous.
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Old 11-09-2016, 01:02 PM
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Everything is a deal breaker.

I really want to know his weird name! Please???????
All of that was weird. All of it. I also want to know the weird name.
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Old 11-09-2016, 01:03 PM
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I cant decide if I want to post or
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Old 11-09-2016, 01:22 PM
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Agreed. This wins for the most outrageous requests I've ever heard. I will add a for good measure.
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Old 11-09-2016, 02:02 PM
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You win the award for worst interview of the week (dare I say month?)
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Old 11-09-2016, 03:54 PM
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You win the award for worst interview of the week (dare I say month?)
How about "Lifetime"?!

Makes me appreciate my own dc families!
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Old 11-09-2016, 06:32 PM
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Why do the special snowflakes always have weird names?!?

I just had a special snowflake who was named after a very expensive car
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Old 11-09-2016, 09:21 PM
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Speechless!!!

And truly doesn't understand mother's helpers to be honest...I mean it seems so spoiled. Literally shaking my head!!
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Old 11-09-2016, 09:41 PM
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So after you told her no she just totally ignored it. Geez. Big balls.
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Old 11-10-2016, 04:37 AM
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"Nannies! Nannies for all!" Bwah ha ha!
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Old 11-10-2016, 06:37 AM
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Weird name? Tennyson. Middle name was Atreayu (sp?)

They called him Tennyson Atreayu the entire time, too. They also had a very long last name. Poor kid.

That's probably judgmental of me, but idk, it's just odd.
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Old 11-10-2016, 06:44 AM
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Weird name? Tennyson. Middle name was Atreayu (sp?)

They called him Tennyson Atreayu the entire time, too. They also had a very long last name. Poor kid.

That's probably judgmental of me, but idk, it's just odd.
I don't know about Tennyson but Atreyu is from Neverending Story.
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Old 11-10-2016, 08:03 AM
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I don't know about Tennyson but Atreyu is from Neverending Story.
That's what popped in my head too.

Just wow.
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Old 11-10-2016, 08:25 AM
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Weird name? Tennyson. Middle name was Atreayu (sp?)

They called him Tennyson Atreayu the entire time, too. They also had a very long last name. Poor kid.

That's probably judgmental of me, but idk, it's just odd.
A special snowflake DESERVES a special name, don't you think?
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Old 11-10-2016, 08:46 AM
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Hey did you move by me. This is the norm of what I constantly see.

I've had a parent tell me that I couldn't tell their child no EVER

I had a family that wanted grandma to attend with child. Wth

Another requested special tutoring, that one was supper funny

But girl yours wins by far. I need my own couch and special time with my teacher. Hahahaha
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Old 11-10-2016, 09:01 AM
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to help you understand child's quiet yet advanced speech.


That's a good one.

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Old 11-10-2016, 09:18 AM
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That's a good one.

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That part made me laugh, too! If child's speech is advanced, why would the helper need to come along to help the provider learn to understand him? Hmm.....
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That part made me laugh, too! If child's speech is advanced, why would the helper need to come along to help the provider learn to understand him? Hmm.....


There was an OBVIOUS delay. Most of his speech was incomprehensible.

And they plan to homeschool. So there will be no ST.
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Old 11-10-2016, 10:16 AM
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There was an OBVIOUS delay. Most of his speech was incomprehensible.

And they plan to homeschool. So there will be no ST.
I know HS who get ST for there kids. Now, these parents sound like they have their heads in the sand, so I could see this kid not getting therapy.

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Old 11-10-2016, 06:34 PM
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There was an OBVIOUS delay. Most of his speech was incomprehensible.

And they plan to homeschool. So there will be no ST.

We homeschool our youngest and she gets speech therapy. She's technically enrolled in a school district's eSchool as a distance ed student, and she has online speech. I also work with her everyday at home.

If you ever need to, you can explain that having parents have a child repeat a word that they're working on "in the moment" is very powerful. And no, having daycare do that isn't sufficienct--parent's need to do it too.
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Old 11-11-2016, 06:13 AM
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It wasn't a bash at homeschoolers. We homeschooled DD for a bit and loved it. Yes, I know ST is available to anyone. My point was that they didn't see an issue, so they weren't seeking help, because the child wouldn't be enrolled in PS, the teacher wouldn't be able to make a referral.

I have had my own kids in ST, and I can make strides with it, but you're absolutely right. Parents need to be helping the child all of the time at home as well to see the most impact.
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I'm waiting for the update that the mother's helper showed up one morning, with the boy and all his stuff, ready to drop off! Lol I can see it now. You'll be saying "no", and she'll be saying, "Well the Mom said to drop off."
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Old 11-11-2016, 09:15 AM
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I'm waiting for the update that the mother's helper showed up one morning, with the boy and all his stuff, ready to drop off! Lol I can see it now. You'll be saying "no", and she'll be saying, "Well the Mom said to drop off."
They wanted to start yesterday and I sent the (I have already filled the space with another child. Best of luck to you in finding child care that better meets child's needs.) email.

She has sent subsequent emails asking about paperwork and forms. I haven't responded.
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They wanted to start yesterday and I sent the (I have already filled the space with another child. Best of luck to you in finding child care that better meets child's needs.) email.

She has sent subsequent emails asking about paperwork and forms. I haven't responded.
I was wondering how she took the second rejection email. Sounds like mom is not used to being told no.
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Old 11-11-2016, 09:23 AM
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I was wondering how she took the second rejection email. Sounds like mom is not used to being told no.
In her defense, she has never enrolled in child care before. I don't think she quite grasped that it was MY decision to enroll him, not HERS.

But now....Once I explained that I had other interviews and would let her know what I decided, once I offered her alternate child care options, once I flat out said the space was filled, I thought she got it. Apparently not.
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Sheesh! Can you imagine having her as a client?
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Old 11-11-2016, 10:59 AM
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Sheesh! Can you imagine having her as a client?
A couple of my clients are halfway there. It's the norm in my area. They didn't let their crazy show until later. I'm very firm in my policies, so I'm not afraid to speak up.

I don't think this lady would last a day with me though.
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This was a funny story, btw. But I know that crazy can be funny to read about...but it's sure no fun to deal with it!
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I haven't laughed this hard at a post here in some time. Thank you :lol
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I died at his own private couch and his quiet yet advanced speech. This beats my former client who told me she wanted each bite of dcg's food to mean something. They owned a teaching farm and were very into organic, whoole foods, no sugar, etc...but allowed a 2 yr old to drink 4x the recommended amount of milk a day..all raw and organic local milk of course.
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Wow- I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have made it through the interview without laughing them out of the house. Kuddos to you for handling it way more professionally than I could have.
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Old 11-14-2016, 01:59 PM
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This sounds like something out of a nightmare...all of you all's worst nightmare .

This family needs a huge dose of reality.
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I died at his own private couch and his quiet yet advanced speech. This beats my former client who told me she wanted each bite of dcg's food to mean something. They owned a teaching farm and were very into organic, whoole foods, no sugar, etc...but allowed a 2 yr old to drink 4x the recommended amount of milk a day..all raw and organic local milk of course.
What does this even mean?

I'm an organic, gluten free, sugar free mama...but I just have no clue what this means.
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Old 11-14-2016, 05:47 PM
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Tennyson Atreyeu?? So after the famous Alfred Lord Tennyson poet/ author and then the character in Neverending Story??

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Had an interview for a kid named Dexter. After the tv show serial killer... mom told me "Yeah, it's what you think. He's named after a serial killer. He has a great future lined out for him!" Very proud she was...

H.E.L.L No!!! Next!!!!!
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What does this even mean?

I'm an organic, gluten free, sugar free mama...but I just have no clue what this means.
I'm gf too, and at the time was a vegan. She was saying that she didn't want her to eat junk food...like every thing she put in her belly should be healthful. She was all about no processed food, which I understand, but the way she said it sounded so pretentious. She also wanted me to pat her back til she fell asleep and never tell her no. "We encourage her to explore her boundaries and don't want her to be impacted by negativity."
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