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    Quote Originally Posted by Busy ECE mommy View Post
    I would just word it as not being able to meet the child’s developmental needs.
    Thanks for this, I’m going to use this as my reason. Technically, it wouldn’t be a lie, as I’ve learned now that I don’t think I will be taking in anymore younger children. I’ve now realized my home daycare is more suited to older children.
    Last edited by wpgmomma0412; 02-06-2019 at 08:28 AM.

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