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posted by "nmh" on freerepublic.com forum, "The Kids aren't alright" "I don't allow my daughter to play with 'daycare kids'. They ARE ill-behaved. They are obnoxious. They are out-of-control since NO one wants to take on the responsibility of discipline. The language out of their mouths is also something to behold".
Category = Behavior
posted by "nmh" on freerepublic.com forum, "The Kids aren't alright",
27-Sep-03
"It's so sad what is going on out there. Kids want their parents around them. They don't want paid strangers 'caring' for them. That's why they cry when dropped off. That's why they have behavior problems. That's why they are NOT adjusted socially. 'Daycare' does the complete opposite of what they claim".
Category = Behavior
posted by "nmh" on freerepublic.com forum, "The Kids aren't alright"
27-Sep-03
"I remember this adorable little boy. He was about four. Sitting on a bench in the playground crying. The 'daycare' people were purposely ignoring him. I didn't know it was a 'daycare' outing. My daughter also four, walked over to him and I joined her. She asked him why he was crying. He said it was because he 'missed his mommy.' Next thing I knew, another adult walked over and nastily said - 'he's always crying. Nothing we do comforts him so we just let him cry it out everyday.' Nice. 
This happens all the time. Imagine what the next generation will be like".
Category = Behavior
posted by "US mom" on freerepublic.com forum, "The Kids aren't alright"
27-Sep-03
My friend just had her first baby at 37 and immediately put him in full-time daycare. She thinks it is just great that at 9-months-old, he is already learning that he is not the most important thing in the world-if his diaper is poopy, too bad! You just have to wait until someone gets around to it. Yeah, I'm sure a 9-month old is really learning a good lesson there. She complains how he is always sick because of bad hygiene practices at the day care, but still thinks it's the best thing in the world because it will strengthen his immune system*!  Sad.
*(not true... this is an old wives' tale - EDITOR)
Category = Behavior, Disease
posted by "Jenninmo" on freerepublic.com forum, "The Kids aren't alright"
27-Sep-03
Our daughter just had our first grandchild. She's staying home with her, and I think her rationale was quite stunning:
During her pregnancy, one of her good friends at work had just had a child and had gone back to work, our daughter was riding with her to and from work, and when the friend picked up her infant son from daycare, his "day" was summarized on a piece of paper.
At that point our daughter thought, "Do I want my child's life to be on a piece of paper?" She wanted to "live" the piece of paper herself. 
Category = Quality
posted by "Jenny" on the BabyCenter Boards,
14-Nov-03
My daughter is almost 7 1/2 mos old and was not sick a single day up until she started daycare 6 weeks ago. In those 6 weeks, she's been sick pretty much non-stop. Conjunctivitis 3 times, several fevers, gastroenteritis (a 4 day nightmare), an ear infection, and today vomiting. She's scheduled for daycare only 3 days/wk and in the past 6 weeks, she's been through a full week only once! Every day I dread the phone call telling me she's got something else wrong with her.
Category =  Disease
David S.
29-Nov-03
If day cares are so wonderful, why do they sell so many daycare web cam video systems and background checking services?
Category = Quality
LaTonya B, Fayette County Detention Center prison inmate, 04-Dec-03 "You're locked in with a lot of (people), you don't get no air, you got to eat their food. 
(Jail is) like being in a day care
."
From "Freeing Spirits...", Lexington Herald Leader, Page B1, December 4, 2003
Category = Quality

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