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How do you handle clinging and crying during drop-off?


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lizestes79 September 26, 2010

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I shoved her in the door and left. She thought I was right behind her, I tried all the rest and nothing for me, but this worked and all during the summer she wanted to go back with out me! so I hope this year is the same


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hutchma September 23, 2010

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This took some discipline on my part but I use to arrive early so I could be there with her until she got comfortable. She eventually quite the crying, then the clinginess. Now she wants me to leave because I'm crapping her styl


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sorigel September 10, 2010

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@venebeba I agree with @joanie74... Thats not for the teach to decide...As for me.. I talk to my kid from the moment she wakes up. Its not as bad now and she never really clinged to my leg and balled out of controll. Her teacher was a great help also


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joanie74 September 2, 2010

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@venebeba, that is crazy! How can she determine something like that within two hours??? That was premature....

Has she said anything else since that day?


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venebeba August 28, 2010

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After just 2 hours of my 4yrs son started preschool, I got a call from his teacher telling me that he was not adapting wells and they were concern he had autism because of his behaviors. He's not per his Ped and he's never shown sign. What can I do?


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cultureclub August 26, 2010

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Hey Moms! Remember that drop-off is harder for us than it is for the kids. Stay positive and act excited. Our kids take their cues from us. Good luck to everyone as school starts!


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mamabelle August 26, 2010

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Drop off can be hard! I write my son a note and put it in his jacket pocket. For some reason it gives him the assurance to get through the day. I also know that almost as soon as I leave he stops crying and starts playing.




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