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capri

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My two year daughter is starting school and I have two options
1st option- A very nice private school which is 10 miles driving distance and is expensive
Today I asked the question"should i send her to this school is it better for her is it good for her". I got the answer 62.6 changing to 56

2nd option-- An ok nursery school, one mile driving distance and half the fee
Today I asked the question "is this school good for her.should i continue with it"
I got the answer 2.3.6 changing to 52

She has admission at both places. The second school classes started today and I took her there. The 1st option school classes start from Thursday. So by next week I need to withdraw from one of them.
Personally I would have liked the 1st option but the second option is not bad and is very convenient since I am also going through a separation with my husband right now. I might change her school next year since she is just two.
I am working but do not have issues with driving her down since i have a very flexible work schedule.
I am very confused..please advise on yi's perspective
 

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Hi Capri
Today I asked the question"should i send her to this school is it better for her is it good for her". I got the answer 62.6 changing to 56
3 questions in one !! You might like to cast the coins for each question seperately. Here's one take on what you got
62.6 - Don't set your sights too high. Stay with what you know otherwise things could go pear shaped.
56 - Your daughter could feel out of place here.

Today I asked the question "is this school good for her.should i continue with it"
I got the answer 2.3.6 changing to 52
Getting better- only 2 questions this time:D

2 - It is a good nurturing environment for her.
2.3 - This is a great place for your daughter in her formative years.
2.6 - This is a tough decision, you have to weigh the pro's and cons ( hose dragons are having a real struggle). Think what is best for your daughter and then accept your choice.

52 - If you act in harmony with your true feelings then your will easily find the choice of school that is most attuned with your daughters needs.

Take Care

Mike
 

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