shlanon: I'm not too pressed into trying to get this lady to keep my child in her care. If she feels she can't handler her, then she is obviously not the right person for my daughter.
My little one won't take naps, and no she will not sit still and or read quietly while others are napping. A former day care tried to get her to do this for a year.
ForJazz: At this time, I believe she is just very independant, stubborn and defiant. I have not had her fully evaluated yet, I can't find anyone willing to do it, as most say there is no point until she is at least 5 years old, and right now we do not have health insurance for such a thing at any rate. Though, she has also been very either, unwilling to... or almost unable to progress in her learning, with things such as abc's, reading, numbers. Though, she hides a lot of her abilties from me for some reason. One day she suddenly shows me that she can do something PERFECTLY but wouldn't even acknoledge before.
About the PreK, I had her in a Preschool program, Head Start before, she did "slightly" better in that, but she still didn't want to fully co-operate in the program, and had a few behavoiral issues over there too.
The PreK programs around here are also in the very expensive bracket (around $200.00) a week, though I have certainly looked into them.
Doeremi: I have spoken to a therapist, and our family doctor about my daughter on several occasions, it was noted so far that there is nothing physically wrong with her, as for anything else, they think it is too soon to tell as far as ADHD goes, and they were not able to spend enough time with her to analyze her.
Until my daughter was about 2 1/2 I never had to even really say the word "No" to her, let alone see her in trouble for doing anything else. She really was a perfect angel.
But at the same time we moved out of state to a new home with my fiance. She started to enter into her "terrible two's" around that time. It has steadily gotten worse, specially once entering daycare at the age of 3, upon moving to another state.