Saying “Good Bye” is hard to do.

If you have been in this business long enough, saying “Good Bye” happens.  Children grow, life changes for a family, and so many other reasons that a family leaves.  I want to know that I became part of the family, while they were with me.  I know that they became part of mine. I am always about, what is best for a child and their family.  I will always  send them on their journey with much love.  Here is how I always want to say “Good Bye.”

With a hug and a kiss, and I hope to see you soon.

Knowing that I had a good relationship with the parents, and that if I see them out and about, I  feel comfortable catching up.

Checking in on Facebook.

If they are out and about, stopping in to see us.  I love this one.

Over the years, I have made many really good friends of the parents and children that have passed through Little Scholar’s door.  I know that if I have done my job correctly, that “Good Bye” is a “Thank You!” for letting me share your child’s life.

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  1. Shellie says:

    Hey, from another blogging buddy. Thank you for your kind words on my blog! How neat to have the not-so-little-anymore ones come to visit you after they are too old to stay anymore. My daughter was in day-care for about a year, and then I decided to stay at home. However she loved it so much, that we still love to see her “teachers” from time to time – 5 years later. They still love to see her, too.

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  2. It’s been a while since I did home daycare…about 6 years.

    The youngest and last one I watched is now 14!

    I am now Facebook friends with some of the “kids” I have babysat over the years. Some even have babies now!

    How the years fly!

    I’m visiting from The Blogging Buddies

    Carolee
    Working at home advice

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  3. Lisa says:

    Hi there! I’m one of your new Blogging Buddies and I wanted to stop in and say hello! I enjoyed looking around your site.

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