I'm just full of it these days aren't I? lol
So DD is 2 and she's in the school daycare.. same school DS goes to. The ladies that run that room are all pretty young.. most of them don't have kids. Anyways, so I just bought DD several new shirts from Old Navy. Nothing fancy.. just because almost all of her shirts are getting too short and don't really fit her well. She's growing so tall so fast! So I was really mad on Friday because I picked her up and they had her in some random spare shirt they had in their lost and found.. (even though I send spare clothes in her backpack every single week). She apparently got a huge red paint splatch on her new shirt. They had it in a bag but never rinsed it in cold water or anything. They showed me the bottle and it's washable.. I assumed it was. I threw it in the wash as soon as I got home.. nope.. won't come out. So I emailed the director and said ya know could we maybe put the kids in smocks when they're going to paint? I would very gladly donate some of DS's old t-shirts that kids could wear over their clothes because she's ruined like 4 shirts in the last couple of weeks.
She emails me back and says.. I know that it's difficult and I'm sorry.. but we use only washable products and I would suggest sending her in old clothes.
Ok really? You mean the old clothes that don't actually fit her anymore? I mean it's not like I send her in fancy clothes to school. I am not that mom. I send her in play clothes.. but still they're new clothes and she comes home all stained up and can't wear them out anywhere else because there's crap all over them now! She said I could send some of Collin's clothes (my son) and they would put those on her. I said yeah if they actually do it because I send her spare clothes every single week and yet they use the clothes from the lost and found every single time.
Then I mentioned.. do you think they could maybe run the shirts under cold water so that the chances of that coming out would be better because I'm shouting them and putting them in the wash immediately and it's not coming out.
I felt the same way on picture day last year when my son was in preschool and they had kids painting before picture time and he got paint all over his arms.. had it on his face. They never even wiped his face off or anything.. just sent him on his way for pictures.
I get that kids are kids but come on now.. have some common sense..
Ok.. vent over.. sorry ladies.. had to get that one out.