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  • GirlMomma
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    MissCait RIGHT! I’ve been locking this door for
    MONTHS. I don’t know why she tries it anymore.

  • SandBox
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    🤣

    We have a trained Belgian Malinois and he’s a guard dog. Very protective breed regardless. It wouldn’t be in anyones best interest to walk in, lol. The one time it has happened, our dog was away for training thankfully. I try to keep doors locked though for a few reasons, my dog is one of them.
    Last edited by SandBox; 09-19-2022, 11:16 AM.

  • GirlMomma
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    I’m closed one day this week. Invoices for a lesser amount were emailed this past weekend.

    Family 1: Pays monthly, has likely forgotten about the closure.

    Families 2/3: Paid the reduced balance.

    Families 4/5: Paid their regular balance, they now have credits on their accounts for overpayment.

    What would you do? Remind Families 1/4/5 of the closure? Or wait until they show up to drop off the morning I’m closed?

    I am (half) kidding

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  • Alwaysgreener
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    GirlMomma Yes you do if you have wireless kind. There is also wired ring that you replace your original doorbell with. In my case I don't have a door bell at that door so I went wireless and have to charge.

    In the winter time it wouldn't hold a charge and no one ever rang it so I just don't charge it, also deleted the app. The button fell off too.

    It came in handy the first week installed, It recorded a dcd telling Dcg that she wouldn't have to eat at DC since she wasn't feeling well. She got sent home at the door but I didn't see the recording until days later when I realized that it may have recorded something.

  • GirlMomma
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    Alwaysgreener you have to charge those? My husband’s grandparents have one and we noticed it didn’t work… I’m wondering if they know this 😂

  • Alwaysgreener
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    I was running late like always, lol and dcd is earlier than normal.

    He comes to the door and couldn't get in. I hear him at the door and I am rushing as fast as I can. I get to the door and say "I didn't realize he was here"

    He says, "I rang your ring"

    lol me: "my ring (doorbell) is never charged"

  • GirlMomma
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    I am looking at my camera when I see my PITA DCP pull up.

    DCP: *tries to open the door, realizes it’s locked, proceeds to stand on the porch.*
    DCP: *still standing there*
    DCP: *tries door again*

    *Dog hears the click and starts barking*

    Me: *opening the door* Oh hey, sorry DCP! I didn’t hear the doorbell ring.

    DCP: That’s okay, I didn’t ring it!

    Me:

    What I should’ve said: I know. I watched you stand there for 45 seconds before trying a second time to open a locked door.

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  • Annalee
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    I open at 6 so if you drop off at 6, you pick up by 3:30....Most do not arrive until 7:30 or after.

  • Alwaysgreener
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    If I'm correct you are up to nine and a half hours per child no matter what time they're dropped off. How do you keep track of who needs to be picked up when?

  • Annalee
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    DCD yesterday asked me how early he could drip dcb3 off and still not pick up till 4:30 (closing time)....I said 7 (I open at 6)....NO ONE can do the math

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  • Annalee
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    Well since I've hit 50 and even a little before, I have ear drops, eye drops, nose spray, unker's salve for my joints, etc. but I've newly found interest in aspercreme today.....REALLY helps my hands.....I have carpel tunnel really bad and hurts up my arm to my elbow.....I sleep in braces for both arms with my thumb specifically stabilized but this aspercreme is awesome.....not sure how many more sprays, drops, creams I may need but as long as it works, right???
    Last edited by Annalee; 08-29-2022, 05:07 PM.

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  • Alwaysgreener
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    School started this week and was closed for a week and a half for vacation, reopening on Wed. I have 2 pt SAKids, one just started K and the other is in 4th. On Wed the K rode the bus to my house instead of going home with grandma. (I think she missed me)

    Today DCB went looking for Grandma instead of getting on the bus to come to my home.

    Grandma just started working for the school, she works the sidewalk helping kids in and out of cars at the pick-up/drop-off line. So after she found DCB waiting for her, she gave me a text to let me know he was not going to be on the bus. DCG did not know what happened to her brother when she arrived although she did not look that worried either.

    When DCD showed up, I assumed he knew what happened, but found out otherwise that Grandma never let him know.

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  • e.j.
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    I was reading a book to one of my dc kids a few years back. As I read, she snuggled into my lap and absent-mindedly started to rub the skin at the base of my throat. At one point, she sighed, looked into my eyes and very sweetly said, "Old people are so soft!" She WAS one of my favorite dc kids right up to that point! I like your dc kid better!! lol

  • Blackcat31
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    My grandbaby was visiting me yesterday. While I was holding her the DCK's were asking me questions about her.
    One of the DCG's asked me if I was grandbaby's mom.

    I said "No, I am the grandma"

    DCG said "You can't be the grandma."

    I asked "Why not?"

    DCG said "You aren't old. You can only be a grandma if you are old"

    I have a new favorite DC kid.

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  • GirlMomma
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    Originally posted by Annalee View Post
    The late-grandpa I posted about in another thread showed up for pick-up at 3:50 yesterday.....At 4:00 I still had not seen him and I realized he had stopped in the garage because my bro was out there; so I grabbed up my ipad and dcg1 and took her right to him....he said...'what, I thought I had till 4:30'.....I said ' well, you do, sir, but she is my last child for the day and she knows you are here'. He is REALLY pushing my buttons!
    A very similar situation happened to me yesterday. My second to last DCP picks up at 5:05 and I see my last DCP pulling up. I waited, but no one came to the door. I look at my cameras at 5:08 to see DCP are talking to each other on the sidewalk (they’re related) I said, “Oh look DCK! Your DCP is here!!!” DCK run to the door and look out, very excited to see DCP. I open the door and walked DCK down to DCP. Came back in, shut my door (so they could see they’re the last ones picking up) and clocked out at 5:10.

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