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    I don't think anyone should be watching Big Brother, let alone a 6 year old. That show is rubbish!

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    No way, it's a terrible show, no one should watch it.

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    BB has women tarting around in skimpy bikinis, adults flirting with each other and 'couples' going at it in the dark.

    Does the question of suitability for a 6 year old even need to be asked?

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    Im trying not to dumb down my kids so no they don't watch it.
    I really don't want them to learn to be entertained by mindless crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    BB has women tarting around in skimpy bikinis, adults flirting with each other and 'couples' going at it in the dark.

    Does the question of suitability for a 6 year old even need to be asked?
    Obviously it does because she asked. Why reply to this thread if you are not going to have advise?


    To the op I would talk to your husband. Does he feel the same about big brother? If he does I would get him to explain to her that as a family you do not watch it.
    A 6 yr old knows there is different rules for different houses. It will be hard because she watches at bio mums place and will complain.

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    Would it really be the end of the world if you let her watch BB??? Sometimes we stress too much over things that really needn't be stressed over.

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    I assumed in my reply that her Dad also felt the same way as you did. Meaning your house (as a couple).
    My DH and I were always very united in our rules at our house and SS adapted fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OM View Post
    Would it really be the end of the world if you let her watch BB??? Sometimes we stress too much over things that really needn't be stressed over.
    How helpful?? I think if the OP feels like it's not suitable for a 6yr then she should enforce that.
    I be pretty annoyed if my 8yr old went to his friends house and you were the parent there and let him watched BB and then you told me "it wasn't the end of the world..." How completely disrespectful to my parenting and beliefs.
    I would STRESS over it as its very important I me that my child isn't exposed to such utter trash with 20 something ADULTS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    How helpful?? I think if the OP feels like it's not suitable for a 6yr then she should enforce that.
    Well as the OP posted a thread seeking advice, I put my 2 cents in as to what I deemed to be helpful.

    I didn't realise I wasn't allowed to post my opinion on the matter my apologies to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wantmore View Post
    Obviously it does because she asked. Why reply to this thread if you are not going to have advise?


    To the op I would talk to your husband. Does he feel the same about big brother? If he does I would get him to explain to her that as a family you do not watch it.
    A 6 yr old knows there is different rules for different houses. It will be hard because she watches at bio mums place and will complain.
    I was implying that BB is soooooo not appropriate for kids. It has people &$&@$&@ each other for crying out loud. Highly inappropriate for kids. Don't let kids watch it. That's my advice (for those that can't read between the lines).


 

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