Communication please!

My son is transitioning rooms at day care this week and next. I have been very upset by the whole thing because I felt like I wasn't informed of what was expected and that I was being forced to stop giving him breast milk during the day. After asking additional questions it turns out he can still get breast milk, just in a sippy cup. I need to write a big email to the manager. I love our day care, they are awesoem with my son. And I like his new teacher. But the communication during such a difficult process has stunk. I'm thrilled to find out that things are not as bad as I thought. But it would have been nice to not have had the stress in the first place.

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    04/11/14
    Beth
    I'm glad you are able to still give him his milk, that's fantastic news. But yes, very frustrating that you've been given such mixed communication. I would have a chat with the manager and let them know it really bothered you. They probably don't even realize it's a big deal if they aren't currently breastfeeding.
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    About Stacy Koenen
    Current: Hales Corners, Wisconsin
    Birth: January 09
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    I had my first child in April 2013, just before our one year anniversary. Riley has been an absolute joy and I love every minute of being mom. But I am the first among my friends to have a child, so there isn't always an easy place to go for advice.