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November 27th, 2012, 05:54 AM
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Okay first off I DO understand that sometimes you *have to* go.
Like a single mom with sick kids, no help & need toilet paper is GOING to the grocery store. I don't MEAN that situation. I mean like bringing your sick child to my Halloween party...or to a restaurant or wherever you do NOT *have to* go.

Is it okay? Wrong? Your thoughts?


I personally think you keep your kid home if they are oozing mucous or otherwise potential sources of infection. But I know that is just me because I see people all.the.time not following that line of thinking & sometime seven bringing their sickie to MY house & then becoming annoyed when I tell them NOT to do this. LOL
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