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Has your child been bullied, that you know about?
Have you had to talk to a teacher at school/daycare/etc, about bullying concerns?
Gaby tells me that a little boy at preschool hits her & stuff, but I'm not sure if he does it to be mean, or if he's just playing a bit rough.. This same boy bit her on the cheek a few months back & drew blood & left a big scar, so I did speak to the teachers about it - just let them know what Gaby was saying, so they could keep an eye out... but I did acknowledge that I understand Gaby could have just being a bit of a drama queen, and maybe took stuff he did, out of context...
I homeschool so no school issues.
My oldest did about a year in a preschool/daycare setting for socialization and he got bit a couple times(he was 2 at the time)but it wasnt a big deal and the school handled it very well.
Otherwise, no bully issues.
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My DD is only 4 weeks old so other than the dogs bugging her while feeding, no
But as a teacher this is obviously an issue that I sometimes see. To me, the sooner you let the teachers know your feelings (maybe for the second time) the sooner things can be taken care of. Bullying is repeated physical or emotional harm to someone else, it sounds to me that this is what is happening (some like to play what I call the "bully card" for things that happen one time because the term holds a lot of power). Like you said, sometimes it is a two way street, but even if it is, at least the teachers can be aware of it and hopefully talk to the children about it.