I swore I would never do a post like this, but oh well. I work the second shift most of the time (2 to 11 pm). On days that I do, I'll drop DD off at daycare around 1 and my sister picks her up around 5 and keeps her until I get off work. We love this daycare, have had no problems, and her primary teacher is wonderful. But then yesterday, when my sister went in, DD had some other baby's paci. DD is only 3 and a half months. She can pull her own paci out, but she can't put it back in yet and she's barely rolling over. So it's not like she was crawling around and picked it up and put it in herself. Someone acutally had to give her this paci. Once my sister pointed it out, they were very upset and apologetic. The primary teacher had left sick earlier in the day, and the lady in there isn't normally in the baby room. I truly understand that mistakes happen but I'm pretty freaked out over this. I'm not a germaphobe but that's still pretty gross! How would you handle this? My sister says I should talk to the director but I don't know what to say. We've also decided to get one of those clip things that attaches her paci to her bib or onsie, that way it's obvious that it's her's. Thoughts? Advice? Am I freaking out over nothing?