Mr. ElScotsman I am the mother of the (20) month old child you are labeling a bully. I’ll start by saying I have yet to meet a (20) month old in my lifetime that is deserving of that title. You left out some very important details from your post. Yes, you did call the police and Florida Department of Children and Families (FDCF) over at least one incident. I know because FDCF called me and explained the situation and the nature of your complaint. The FDCF worker started and ended the conversation by stating your allegations where determined unfounded. As a single mother, I am grateful to Bright Horizons – Boynton Beach who cares for my son daily, to enable me to work. My son may have started off as a high energy toddler but has transitioned into one of their model students as a result of their patience and knowledgeable staff. I’ve noticed when we walk through the door at Bright Horizons their staff great both parent and children alike by first name, they take a special interest in each child’s development. I especially appreciate my son’s teachers; one teacher who will comfort my son those mornings my son does not want me to leave, another teacher who has helped give me guidance on childrearing and his full-time teacher who has been patient and instrumental in molding his high energy behavior into a stellar student. My son has developed quite the camaraderie with all his classmates, they seek him out as much as he enjoys playing with them. Lastly, I can’t help but ask what kind of grown man calls the police on a (20) month old child. What were your expectations, that a (20) month old child be put in handcuffs? Bright Horizons does their job competently and they should be recognized for this, which I am sure is not easy dealing with a high volume of children and a few bad tempered parents like you. A piece of advice to you, next time your son encounters any type of situation at school instead of calling the police, you may want to engage the other child’s family, POLITELY. You would be surprised to find most people want the same things for their children; to be in/and help create a happy, healthy and safe environment throughout the day. Signed – Thriving@ Bright Horizons Boynton Beach
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