Karla said: 'When I picked her up in the afternoon, I had no idea they were doing Father's Day cards, she just came out with it.
'When I looked at it and it said Happy Special's Day, it angered me.
'I was told [by the nursery] that it was not fair for children without dads to make Father's Day cards. Last year she did a Father's Day card, what's new this year?'
What's new is probably the nursery deciding that they were missing out on all that wonderful praise for virtue signalling...
'For Mother's Day, I got a card which had photos of her inside it and it said clearly on it 'Happy Mother's Day'. A big fuss was made of it.'
There's a lot less chance of a child not having a mother than a father, I suppose. Or they didn't want to incur the wrath of Mumsnet.
Still, no-one could possibly think that this was OK?
One social media user said: 'I'm saddened by how many people on this thread lack the compassion or imagination to understand what it must be like to be a child without a father when everyone is celebrating their dads.
'This isn't the only way to deal with Father's Day - and certainly the same approach could be taken with Mother's Day.
'But to be so dismissive or angry at teachers trying to be considerate and inclusive of children seems bizarre to me.'
Oh, maybe they could.