My husband and I have encountered an odd situation with our daycare. It is a large, expensive day care. The teachers seem very attached to our son. I am thrilled that he gets such time and attention at daycare, but sometimes it seems to go over the top. My husband and I both work long hours and so when we pick the baby up at night we are very excited to see him. On several occasions, my husband has arrived, picked up our son to give a hello hug and before he has even finished picking him up, a teacher will literally take our son out of my husband's arms (without asking) while saying something like "Oh, I haven't had a chance to see "my" baby today! Let me see him." They frequently try to distract him and make faces at him while we are trying to say hello or good-bye, so that he will not look at us. Our son is about to move into the 12-24 month room and the teacher there told my husband that she refers to our son as "her son" because my son has "her" eyes. It creeps me out. We have not said anything because we appreciate the care they provide for our son and we don't want to make any waves. Still, we get very little time with our son due to our work schedules and we really cherish the time we have with him after work, even when picking him up from day care. Should we ask them to be more respectful of our roles as his parents or just suck it up and continue not to say anything?