Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Nursery Draw

Things have been really busy, and I've hardly done any draws for myself beyond the occasional one card draw.  Still, today, with a brand-new deck in hand, I couldn't resist asking about the nursery we're going to visit for my younger son.  From the Celtic Lenormand (US Games, 2015):

Key, Hill Fort (Tower), Fox
Well, these cards seem positive - an institution for insight and skills!  Perhaps also a warning to check in with our instincts, rather than just listening to the smooth-talking of the manager.  The clarity to see it for what it is offered by the Key helps me believe we'll be able to get the information we need :)

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  1. Times flies! Checking out a nursery already for you little boy!
    Love to see the deck in action and looking very forward to my birthday this year :D

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    1. I know, he'll be a year old next month! And this nursery is already full for next September! Anyhow, we wouldn't go there - the manager was definitely exaggerating some things and downplaying others. And it was "certainly a fort" - lots of security for rich, foreign families, yuck! Ah well, good to find out :)

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    2. A beautiful deck!

      And a good set of cards I'd say.
      Always best to trust your intuition when it comes to placing your little ones in the hands of others.

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    3. Yes, have to go with your gut on these things. We didn't like that place, and saw somewhere else today. It wasn't as well organised, but seemed a lot more honest about what they were offering :)

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  3. I hope you get an intuitive feel for the place that you can add to the information you collect. It will be a big step for both of you - good luck!

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    1. It's weird, the first place we saw several months ago we said no to, but now, seeing other places, I think we might go back there. Thanks for the good luck wishes, it's surprisingly complicated! So much easier with my first son, as it was really obvious where he needed to go - the closest special school :)

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