Yesterday upon pick-up from daycare, like normal Little MPB dropped what he was doing and charged straight for me (that will never get old). But, what was new was that the teacher in Little MPBs room approached me with the manager of the facility was right behind her. I knew it wasn’t going to be good news.
Honestly, I assumed he did something to another child, and I wasn’t very excited to find out what he did.
Well, it turns out he fell and cut him mouth. And since there was blood there had to be an incident report. He was fine. As in, I cannot see a cut anywhere. But, while inspecting I did notice that 16 tooth finally came through (YAY!!!!!). So I actually think the blood may have been from the moment the tooth cut through? But regardless, I wasn’t upset or worried in the least because I do believe toddlers are bound to get small bumps, bruises and cuts too.
But, of course the cut wasn’t the only incident. I quickly found out that he had 2 incident reports. Clearly he’s a true MPB, and has decided if he’s going to do something he’d better go big!
It turns out he was bitten by another child. No marks were left, which wouldn’t normally require an incident report. But, since this was a first they wanted to let us know. And it turns out he was bitten because he stuck his finger in another child’s mouths. If I’m honest I kind of hope he may have learned a valuable life lesson – if he sticks his hand in someone else’s mouth, he’ll probably get bitten! I’m chalking this bite up to the fact that he’s just exploring the world around him. And, I also realize these types of things are bound to happen. And for now, at least he wasn’t the bitter, I figure we’ll cross that bridge another day.
And then, amongst all the incident reports, I learned that Little MPB has a daily pre-nap activity. Little MPB walks around and gives all the girls hugs before nap time. Seriously, how cute is that?!
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