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    Things I really want to say at pick-up:

    DCM, I don’t need a hug from your kid. Just leave.

    I don’t care what your plans are for the weekend so don’t ask about mine.

    If you wanted to have small talk, you should’ve arrive at 5:00, not 5:28. Get out.

  • #2
    Get your kids & leave please
    Christy Sewell

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    • #3
      your kid is a jerk all day long, please take your child and leave so I dont have to deal with him anymore. (then as the child is screaming, melting down and loosing their self as the parent tries to frantically walk them out) go, just pick them up and carry them out (even though I caved, convinced the kid he wanted to walk out with me, then walked him out (bigger center))

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      • #4
        My EYES say most of what y'all have posted.

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        • GirlMomma
          GirlMomma commented
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          My eyes do, too. I did telemarketing and worked in a call center before starting my daycare because my facial expressions are out of my control 90% of the time 😂

      • #5
        He had a great day, now get out.

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        • #6
          "YOUR BABY HAS THE MOST GNARLY SMELLING SH*T." I had to open windows to air the place out.

          "You're kid is a brat"

          LEAVE, move on out of here quick, don't talk to me. Just GO

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          • GirlMomma
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            Okay, so what is with the awful smelling poop?! I have two kids that have the worst smelling BM!!!!

        • #7
          Originally posted by GirlMomma View Post
          Things I really want to say at pick-up:
          "You have no idea how close you are to being termed. Keep pushing me, though, and you'll find out."

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          • #8
            I don't need your kid to blow kisses to me. Just put on his damn shoes already.

            Grab him so he's not running through my house with his rainboots on you idiot.

            Your kid is screaming at you. Stop continuosly talking and acting like you can't hear him. I don't need to listen to it.

            A sucker? You give him a sucker when he gets to your vehicle as a reward for being a jerk all day?!? Brilliant.


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            • GirlMomma
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              I can’t stand suckers in the car. Do people not realize how dangerous that could be!?
              Last edited by GirlMomma; 3 weeks ago.

          • #9
            If you want to talk to the other DCP's do so on your own time; it's after 6pm I'm closed, your late, take your child

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            • #10
              Ya'all are making me feel like an big old meanie.... I actually say a lot of that to parents.

              Said with a smile and a hint of humor so I'm sure most parents have no idea how serious I actually am but just this last Friday a DCM was lingering at pick up talking about how her kid was so adorable.... and I said "I'm glad you think so but I just spent the last 5 days straight with her so I'm kinda over them all so it's time to go! See you Monday! Have a great weekend!!" and I turn and walk away!

              I tell parents during the interview that I am blunt and to the point. If they are offended easily, I am not the provider for them.
              I can be really good at passive aggressive but I find most parents don't "get" the hints/clues/hidden meanings so I just say it.

              I am sure I can come across as offensive at times but in all honestly I am over trying to be "liked" by clients.
              I do my job and I do it well. That's all they are really entitled to anyways.
              The whole friendship thing between daycare providers and parents is highly over rated and isn't for me anyways. lol!

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            • #11
              Don't try and have a 20 minute conversation with me about your child's poop. Especially when I am busy trying to get bottles ready for hungry babies, they are my priority right now.

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              • #12
                Originally posted by Blackcat31 View Post
                ... but just this last Friday a DCM was lingering at pick up talking about how her kid was so adorable.... and I said "I'm glad you think so but I just spent the last 5 days straight with her so I'm kinda over them all so it's time to go! See you Monday! Have a great weekend!!" and I turn and walk away!
                OMG! I could never pull that off but I'm laughing so hard right now!

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