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    Biting at daycare
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    heatherleilani posted:
    Hey everyone, I am a first time mom of a 20 month old and I am having
    trouble with my daughter biting at daycare. I thought she had stopped,
    but apparantly she hasnt and the daycare has not informed me. Today
    the director told me that she bit another kid and this time it was on the
    cheek and left a huge welp. Of course the mom was really mad.
    So my question is, how do I get her to stop?? They said its not the same kid all the time, and its usually when the teacher is changing diapers. Please any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!!
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