Adalyn, with her straight brown hair, is the last in line to leave the playground. She plants herself firmly 5 feet from the door to A Child’s Haven. Spreading out her arms for balance, she watches the preschooler ahead of her walk into the building. Adalyn will not move and is shaking her head.
At age 4, Adalyn might be expected to know better. If this were a day care or preschool playground, she would be disciplined for her obstinance. In fact, the little girl was expelled from three day care centers. Her mother, Amanda Morgan of Easley, lost her job as a certified medical assistant because she could not find child care for Adalyn, whom she describes as both sweet and very theatrical.
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