1. They had transitioned him into the toddler room
2. While in the toddler room some little
Hello attack of the mommy guilt for needing to have my child at daycare in the first place.
Last week they mentioned they would be moving him to the toddler room soon. The way the daycare is laid out the infants and toddlers actually share one big room separated by a half wall. So the teachers in both classes are familiar with all the babies and often at the end of the day they'll merge the two rooms once they have less kids. So Hunter has spent time on the "big boy" side before and all those teachers know him and adore him (of course).
Normally babies don't graduate to the toddler room until they are walking or a year old whichever comes first. Hunter is neither, however he is now the oldest, biggest and most mobile baby in the infant room and they think he'll do better with the big kids (and probably learn to walk faster). But that means he's going from being a big fish in a small pond to a small fish in a big pond. He's back to being the youngest and least mobile in the toddler room (he's not the smallest b/c he's a gigantic baby).
I guess this other little
This morning when I took him in his teacher in the infant room had me bring him back to her side, in large part because she just loves Hunter and isn't ready to give him up to the big kids quite yet. She said she was pissed that he got hurt and is debating keeping him on her side a little longer. I think they plan to have him switch back and forth throughout the day until both he and the other kids adjust.
In the meantime we plan to teach him some Kung Fu so he can defend himself against any other