Maddie and Katie are starting a new daycare tomorrow. I stopped there yesterday to sign some paperwork. Yes, I understand the drop-off and pick-up procedures. Yes, you have my permission to put sunscreen on my children. Yes, I will bring extra clothes in case of a spill or mess. Yes, Katie is potty-trained. Yes, you can contact me at work or on my cell. Yes, in the event of an emergency the closest hospital is acceptable. Yes, I will pay on the first day of every week. Yes, you can take their pictures. Yes, I will be on time to pick them up. Yes, my sister can pick them up in case of an emergency. Yes, I understand there may be additional charges for field trips. Yes, I will call if they’re going to be absent. Yes, I will bring in two boxes of Kleenex, a package of wipes, and a box of crayons. Yes, I understand you cannot administer medicine without a doctor’s note. Yes, I understand no outside food is allowed.
“Do you have any questions?” the woman behind the desk asked me.
Will they be loved here?
“Nope, no questions,” I smiled.