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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    He also says he wont be my mum anymore but i think he means he doesnt want me to be his mum anymore
    Yes dd told me once in a temper tantrum "I'm not going to be your mummy anymore" I was trying so hard not laugh!

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    Also, I've had at least half a dozen kids (strangers and friends kids) tell me "I wish you were my mum", it's coincidentally been said at the time I had a kitten, chocolate, lollies etc. lol fickle little thing these children are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    Awwww. She really loves staying with your mum doesnt she. Has she had anymore sleepovers?

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    She really does, my Mum is such an amazon person so it's no wonder! Yes she has! She now goes once a week!! I'm slowing getting used to it, I know it's a good thing but I still feel like she is growing up too quickly.

    How has coop been? Will he be having more sleep overs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    Today marks the first day that DS was really really mean...

    My hearing is going..and I am pretty bad at the moment as I have an ear infection..
    so Ds wanted something and I didnt hear him...

    He said..

    listen to me you silly deaf woman...

    welll I heard him then. I was so hurt and he felt awful.
    he said sorry and wrote me a note..

    so please make me feel better..and tell me your kids have been mean too??
    Very mean thing he said, but also very sweet of him to write you a sorry note.

    DS1 (4) has told me a few times i'm not his best friend any more, and told me i'm a bad Mama.....usually after i've banned him from doing something or he's done something and i've caught him out. funniest mean thing he's ever said to me was that he was going to kick me in the nuts....Ummmmm, and when i told him i don't have any nuts he told me he'd kick me in the vagina, cheeky little bugger!

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    I just get the "You're not my friend anymore. I want to go to daddy's house". Sometimes if his behaviour is particularly off I ring his dad to back be up so he knows he'd still have the same consequence even if at daddy's.

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    One of the times my son told me a python would eat me, I calmly informed him that a python would prefer to eat him due to his size, so there. Then we just glared at each other.

    Now, where's that bad parent thread, lol.

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    There is too many to remember with dd2, one does stand out though.

    DD: mum I wish I had a nana (after convo about my mum)
    MUM: why DD?
    DD: cause she would punch you in the stomach for being mean to me all the time.

    Lovely little dears aren't they.

    I think your ds was really nice to write a note after his little explosion BerylsMum. He obviously realised he had hurt you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    One of the times my son told me a python would eat me, I calmly informed him that a python would prefer to eat him due to his size, so there. Then we just glared at each other.

    Now, where's that bad parent thread, lol.
    That's awesome, lol!

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    I have to admit this thread has make me laugh hysterically. My son has ASD so when he is upset is he will say every mean thing he can think of. Because it happens daily im so used to it that I find it quite funny. Some of the regulars are
    "Im going to kill you"
    "I hate you"
    "I hate this place"
    "your fat"
    "you dont care about anyone but yourself"
    and once he told he told DH that he wish he had a pencil so he could stab him in the head

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    they are such treasures!

    beryl has hit me today and told
    me i am not her best friend!

    i so want to say well you are not my best friend either you big meany!


 

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