I went to pick my daughter up from 1st grade and was stopped by the principal of the school.He requested my drivers liscense and proof that she was my daughter ( even though she was calling me Daddy )....60 days later we moved back to Iowa...goodbye california...its still good to be home...the year was 1991
My youngest daughter once, when she was 3, decided it would be "neat" to switch nametags with her friend, Megan, in daycare. They did this pretty early in the day, and she was pretty new to the daycare, and they were both little blondies who were similar in appearance.
Well... when my wife went to pick her up, and "Megan" had already been picked up, and they'd put away my daughter's nametag. So my wife couldn't get our daughter released to her.
We had to call in the lady who we enrolled with so that she could attest that our daughter was, indeed, not "Megan".
While I appreciate their concern for security, my wife was a complete wreck, because they wouldn't let her have "her baby." That's when we decided maybe daycare wasn't for us....
They were just reporting on TV13 that there was a attempted child abduction in Urbandale that turned into an assault and the slimeball got away. They say that since this was reported, there have been more reports coming in from other areas.
They are suggesting keeping a very close eye on your kids till they get this guy caught. I don't know if this has anything to do with the information in this thread.
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