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    Ooooh my eldest is great for these ones. I love him to bits and I know he loves me but my god does he have a temper (adhd) for an 8 yr old! the worst one was not that long ago when he was caught at school making a sling shot that he'd seen on a movie at home and then proceeded to tell me it was his best friend that did it. I took a hammer to the dvd...he lost it and screamed at me 'i hate you, im going to kill you one day and then i'll laugh you b*tch'

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    Woah, some of these are scaring me for when DD gets older! Very reassured by those who said their kids haven't said mean things!

    A question for those with older kids (say 5+) - what do you do when your kid says these things to you?

    I remember being that age pretty clearly, and I would never have dared say any of those things to my mum! I remember once (I was about 3 or 4) saying I hated my sister, and I got the telling off of my life! I never said it again. I can't even imagine if I had called my mum or dad names, or said I wished people were dead....

    I really hope DD never does. These are making me sad just reading them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post

    A question for those with older kids (say 5+) - what do you do when your kid says these things to you?
    My tactic is when its said to just reply with an 'i love you too' which most times makes him even more furious because he knows im not taking him seriously (and i get a secret giggle out of it too) but after he's calmed down its serious-chat time about the word 'hate' and wishing people would die. Most of the time he'll come and apologise off his own back. Yep my son has said some doozies in his time but its not a commonly occurring thing that I have to deal with. Maybe once or twice a year he really does his nut and lets fly at someone (not counting his brother...they fight like cats and dogs!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkplease3 View Post
    Ooooh my eldest is great for these ones. I love him to bits and I know he loves me but my god does he have a temper (adhd) for an 8 yr old! the worst one was not that long ago when he was caught at school making a sling shot that he'd seen on a movie at home and then proceeded to tell me it was his best friend that did it. I took a hammer to the dvd...he lost it and screamed at me 'i hate you, im going to kill you one day and then i'll laugh you b*tch'
    Oh my lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkplease3 View Post
    Ooooh my eldest is great for these ones. I love him to bits and I know he loves me but my god does he have a temper (adhd) for an 8 yr old! the worst one was not that long ago when he was caught at school making a sling shot that he'd seen on a movie at home and then proceeded to tell me it was his best friend that did it. I took a hammer to the dvd...he lost it and screamed at me 'i hate you, im going to kill you one day and then i'll laugh you b*tch'
    Ummmm what...? You smashed up
    The DVD player with a hammer in front of him for making a sling shot..??? Okkaaaaay.

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    the worst thing DD has said to me was that she doesn't love me anymore, or that i have broken her heart. This only happens when she doesn't get her way, or she thinks i am being 'mean' to her. She doesn't say anything worse then that though.
    She says that she loves me so often though that i know its just her way of expressing that she isn't happy with me or something that i have done. She always tells me that she loves me not long after saying that she doesn't though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Woah, some of these are scaring me for when DD gets older! Very reassured by those who said their kids haven't said mean things!

    A question for those with older kids (say 5+) - what do you do when your kid says these things to you?
    My normal reply is that is ok. I love you and there is nothing you can ever say or do that will stop me from loving you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    Ummmm what...? You smashed up
    The DVD player with a hammer in front of him for making a sling shot..??? Okkaaaaay.
    I think she destroyed the DVD, not the DVD player (the DVD he learned how to make a sling shot, I assume). Well that's how I read it, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    I think she destroyed the DVD, not the DVD player (the DVD he learned how to make a sling shot, I assume). Well that's how I read it, anyway.
    Ohhhhh right! I get it. Sorry. Still... A hammer..? Each to their own!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    I think she destroyed the DVD, not the DVD player (the DVD he learned how to make a sling shot, I assume). Well that's how I read it, anyway.

    Yeah it was the DVD disc not the player....and it was only a hammer because I had a broken finger at the time and couldn't snap it with my hands


 

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