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Old 10-24-2019, 02:50 PM
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Angry Whining and Crying All Day

I can not deal with a 3 years old boy crying and whining about everything. BTW after 8 years in this business,,I am going to close my daycare in December.
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Old 10-24-2019, 03:24 PM
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Sorry your dealing with that.At 3 he should be happy some of the day right?As the old Kenny Rogers song said "YOU GOT TO KNOW WHEN TO WALK AWAY".Good luck in your next chapter.
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Old 10-24-2019, 07:18 PM
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I've had a few kids like that; it can be stressful and makes for a very long day. I'm sorry you're going through it. The good news is, December is right around the corner.
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Likely chronically sleep deprived. Every single one of my non stop whiners and criers stopped once they started sleeping at my house more and I got the parents to fix night time sleep. A chronically sleep deprived person cannot deal with their emotions at all.
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I've had a few kids like that; it can be stressful and makes for a very long day. I'm sorry you're going through it. The good news is, December is right around the corner.
It really is stressful and it can be difficult for the other kids.
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Likely chronically sleep deprived. Every single one of my non stop whiners and criers stopped once they started sleeping at my house more and I got the parents to fix night time sleep. A chronically sleep deprived person cannot deal with their emotions at all.
He sleeps for two hours at nap time I think is enough. But at his house I think he goes to bed very late and wakes up early (he gets here at 6:45 am). He stays here until 6 pm😳. So his mother lets him do what he wants because she feels guilty about being without him for so long.
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[quote=rosieteddy;710259]Sorry your dealing with that.At 3 he should be happy some of the day right?As the old Kenny Rogers song said "YOU GOT TO KNOW WHEN TO WALK AWAY".Good luck in your next chapter.[/QUOTE
Thank you !
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