Naps work awesome unless one is up from midnight until now because of it and messes up the entire day That is what bothers me the most is the time lost if they had a visual of her outside. Another poster I meant to respond to earlier but did not (lost the thread) mentioned that some facilities are told not to go after a child as they then can be accused of the chasing caused the child to run further/liability issues etc. It is a sad world when something like that may be the case. Our liability laws/cases have long passed the point of ludicrous and also often play into PR or a refusal to say anything that may help because of a possible legal suit. I do not know if it was the case with this facility but I am just making a general observation. I get very upset when it comes to children and the elderly or the vulnerable of the population. Their care and safety should come before anything else almost imho. And our laws should reflect it as well, within reason. Edited to correct typos.