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    Hope you had a great Mother's Day op.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I also can't believe angry parents would have bothered to bombard the teacher like that. Seems to me like some people need to get a life, a pp mentioned this is a first world problem. And what a terrible problem to have, donating your money to charity! Tsk tsk!

    You once got your knickers in a knot over a mum changing a nappy on a pavement. So to use the terms 'get a life' and 'first world problems' is pot calling the kettle black!

    IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Hang on.

    You feel sorry for the person who pressured a class of 8 yrs olds out of their money. Without their parents permission and at a guess without the schools as it wasn't a option for the rest of school and no mention in any note. Which really does make it sound super dodgy.

    But the child who was taken advantage of should be build her resilience. Allow herself to be taken advantage of.

    What exactly are you teaching her. It's okay to be taken advantage of. It okay for people to fraud her. Because life is not fair.

    I know I would rather teach my child how to deal with a situation like this by fighting for her rights by making a formal complaint to the school. I like my kids to know they are important and that I will fight with them.

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    Perfectly said.

    Cut for 70 yrs time and she's crying on a current affair cause someone swindled her from her retirement money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    Hope you had a great Mother's Day op.
    Had a lovely day with the kids in between the HG yes
    Dd2 went with DH and picked a beeper for my keys (I am always losing them) and a ladybird shower cap.
    Best pressie was definitely the cuddles and handmade cards!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acerbaby View Post
    You once got your knickers in a knot over a mum changing a nappy on a pavement. So to use the terms 'get a life' and 'first world problems' is pot calling the kettle black!

    IMHO.
    This thread still going on? Geesus...

    If you disagree with my views on this thread debate my views in this thread. Don't bring up old threads from the past (which I still stand by incase you're interested... totally gross) in an attempt to score cheap points. You may have made some of your clique laugh but you haven't proven anything .....or changed my views.

    Carry on...

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    How'd it go at school today OP? Did the teacher get in trouble?

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    I didn't pick up today, too busy vomiting, they walked home. Dd2 didn't mention anything, and the note I put in her diary about it remains unsigned.

    Thanks for asking though

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