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This is a discussion on daycare survival? within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Kinda makes sense, especially given the tornadoes in the area this spring which kinda shocked everybody into realizing "it can happen here". I get it ...

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    Kinda makes sense, especially given the tornadoes in the area this spring which kinda shocked everybody into realizing "it can happen here". I get it that is seems silly for a 9 month old, but if they started getting age specific, the rules would be so confusing you would not know what to do. I would take it as a positive that the chains management is thinking about the kids well being in adverse conditions.
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    The biggest thing about this that makes me uneasy is the letter. Being prepared is great and this is in response to hurricane sandy im sure.

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    I'm all about the Boy Scout Motto but survival bags at daycare for the wee ones seems a bit too much.

    I do like the idea about the note just saying, "I'm on the way."
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    Back in the day we called them Diaper Bags, meant to handle the real emergencies!

    The idea sounds a little Chicken Little to me.
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    Sounds like it could be a forum member that's running the place.

    While making it mandatory may seem a bit much at first we all know that there would be certain parents that would scoff at the idea that their child may need some items in an emergency. At least with the parents putting it together you get the food your kid will eat, you choose things that you know would comfort them and the school is on board with what sounds like a pretty good start to thinking ahead.
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