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i cried when euan went but i knew the separation would be good for him and his development long term! he cried too but soon adjusted! my daughter waved me off without blinking! and i never worried about her, i think because of euans needs i worried alot more, i knew emily could ask for what she needed and say if she was unhappy. euan can't!

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Matthew attends Nursery 3 morning a week which the rest we need, but i miss him like mad when he goes, but its also amazing the things you do then its time to get him again. he goes in from 9am - 11.30am. it just brilliant.
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Am i alone in remembering the days when nursery was an all day thing,not like todays part time spaces.
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I was at nursery full time me that going back some years. when matthew starts the nursery in the special needs school i think thats only 2 half days a week part time to start off with.
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I was also at nursery full time.
Gosh my mum had it easy!
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