Saying Good-bye in the morning

September 9th, 2014

by Katrina Brooke

When you need to leave at drop off, please tell your child. No sneaking out! If you sneak out your child might feel abandoned. It is very important to build trust with your child so they know when you are leaving and that you will always come back when you say you will. If you are able to give them a 2-5 min. warning that’s great, otherwise just say, “It’s time for me to go now.” give them a hug and kiss and go. If they are upset, bring them over to a teacher. Give them a last hug and kiss, remind them when you will be back, then leave. I know it can be hard to leave if your child is upset, but if your actions follow your words, it develops trust with your child. It’s common for parents to cry on their way to the car. If your child does not calm down within half an hour we will call and discuss options with you. We care deeply about your child and we have lots of experience with transitions! We want to work with you so this is a positive experience for your whole family! From the Parent Hand Book on the Registration Page of our handbook.


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