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E started his new daycare today. I have been telling him all week he would be starting a new school. I had been telling him he would finally be able to go outside and play. I had been hopeful. I knew there would be tears though. I mean after all he does cry so hard he throws up when we leave him at nursery on Sunday's.
Nope, not even a flinch from his upper lip. Not even a single shimmer of a tear in the corner of his eye. Nothing.
Can I tell you this? I feel jipped. Really I do. I kind of wanted at least one little tear.

I wanted one little tear because I am aware that all too soon he will want nothing to do with mommy and there will be morning hugs good bye. There will only be brief I love you, have a good day as he is running away from me.

I understand now why women have multiple children just to have that feeling of being needed constantly by someone. I understand but am by no means there at THAT point. Lord no!

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Comment by Tanya @jobtitlemom on June 2, 2009 at 4:12pm
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Comment by Tanya @jobtitlemom on June 2, 2009 at 4:10pm
My toddler has just moved up to the 2.5 -3 year old class. He has been in the baby class and just aching to get away from the meddling babes who were always getting in his space or grabbing 'his' -not his but the class's cars. I still thought there would be those transitional tears from one environment to the other where new kids and new teacher might bother him. He has been in the class for 3 weeks now and no tears at all. He loves it. I am glad. I have one more lovely to send to daycare in maybe 4 or 5 months time, if finances allow it. I can hardly believe it. I am looking forward to me time again.

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