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Old 05-27-2009, 12:47 AM
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Originally Posted by the3Ds View Post
Wow. Your speaking up should not have come as a surprise to the mother since the daughter has already been kicked out of daycare AND doesn't have any friends. It's not fair for the mom to make your child be friends with her kid if she doesn't want to be.

I'd simply tell the mother that you are not comfortable with your child playing with her daughter. If she tells you that it's either both of them or none of them, then she'll just have to stop playing with the brother. Perhaps when speaking to the mom, you can mention that as your kids get older you can reevaluate the friendship but it's not fair for your daughter to be put in a bad situation just to play with one kid. The sister is not someone she wants to play with.

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Old 05-27-2009, 08:57 AM
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