Have you ever had cause to sign an incident report? I saw a few in my former years of working in banking and finance. I once had to provide a statutory declaration after a woman in Italy tried to flee with 5,000 dollars of her employee’s money that I had wired to their account. I was 23 and I thought I was about to share a cell with Bea Smith. Death by arm in iron press!
Dare I say they are commonplace in many workplaces but what about preschools? The other morning I was told of a kerfuffle between my son and another child. Thankfully it was nothing too serious and the other parent involved still smiles and says hello so onward and upwards. But then this happened:
We’re living in a brand new world of parenting and sometimes it frightens me. I heard a story last week that involved two friends and their preschoolers. One child bit the other child’s hand and the mother was so inclined to put a picture up on her Facebook page declaring that this was what happened when people weren’t watching her child at preschool. Cue outpouring of sympathy from other parents, including some from the preschool.
Now correct me if I’m wrong, but that sounds like a bunch of adults bullying a three year old? I know it’s awful to see pain inflicted on your child, particularly if it might seem a parent isn’t taking steps to curb certain behaviour (not the norm in my opinion) but really? We are talking about little children. Three and four year old children.
Better get a lawyer son. Better get a real good one