My daughter is 2 and once a week she is watched by a friend. My friend also watches her grand daughter who is 3 at the same time. She was unable to keep my 2 yr old this week because the 3yr old has just been diagnosed with genital and oral herpes. I am not sure if the mother has it or not. I am very concerned about them changing my daughters diaper, about her playing with the same toys ect. I am also very concerned if the mother does not have it, how did she get it? My first thought was has this child been molested? I don't want my 2 yr old going back until I know where the 3 yr old got it. Even then I am not sure because I don't know much about the chances of my daughter getting it. Any advise????View Thread
thank you, it is nice to know that I am not the only one worried about other adults. That was my first instinct that something more is going on. I am going to look into that for sure and I am going to find out if the mother has it. I am just glad that I am not over reacting!!! View Thread
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