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Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by Amanda, Jan 4, 2007.
thats so nice that she made u feel welcome
Well done Dionne!!!!
As Jo has said - if Dior is clingy, it will do her the world of good. And it will help sooo much when they both go to school. Kayleigh's first teacher said that all children should go to some sort of nursery or playschool before they started school. She said the first few weeks were a nightmare with the kids who'd been at home with mum all the time as they had no social skills with the other kids.
I know you'll find it hard, but they'll be fine I'm sure. These people are professional and used to dealing with clingy kids.