A little background story first. We moved DD #1 to a new gym in Oct because we felt that the first gym just didn't believe in her. She had tried out for their team and instead was put on preteam. Well preteam was way to easy as most of the girls were learning skills DD had done for over a year. Their L4s also practiced at the same time as their preteam and DD notice several girls that they meoved to team that had less skills then she did. She was frustrated and discouraged so we changed gyms and the new gym put her straight to team. Fast forward to last weekend she had her first meet. They were in the same session as her old gym. I never told her old gym that she was moving to the other gym. I just withdrew her from the preteam. So I bring my 4 year old to her invite only class(where the girls have been selected to workout to prepare them for team in the future). The head coach/owner who was coaching her L4's at the meet asked to speak to me. I thought for sure that she was going to ask about DD#1. Instead she told me that this would be the last day that DD #2 could do her speciality class. Because sis was at a different gym she could no longer be in her class. She could move to a preschool rec class though. They said this class was designed to prepare kids early for team and since my other daughter was at a different gym we problaby had no intention of Putting DD#2 at her gym. They didn't want to put their training efforts into DD if she wasn't going to compete for them. I was completely surprised by this. We where going to move DD this summer when her class ended for the year but we didn't move her in October because I didn't want her to have to chage just because sis did. Her little class was very important to her. I was completely surprised by how this was handled. Is this the normal way things work? She acted like I was the one doing something wrong and I just never thought it was a big deal. I mean they are two different people. Why should it matter what big sis was doing?