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    It sounds very familliar of what it was like when I was younger. My youngest sister was the youngest, and was too young to be apart of a lot of stuff, cause she was so young. My Mum used to bring things for her to keep herself occupied, and sometimes had her help wash the dishes.

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    The way i would prevent that happening again is by having words with the men. That is just not cool IMO. The poor little pet makes me feel sad hearing the poor kid felt like she had no where to go. Id be so cross with the men!!

    I also would include her in the kitchen and give her a little task, or let her hang out with me in the kitchen if she had of come in to ask.

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    What was the inappropriate TV content?

    Find something for your daughter to do in the kitchen.. Or out a kids movie on the TV in the living room and tell the men to pi$$ off to the back hard and drink beer.

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    Default Thank you, everybody

    You have all given excellent advice. It was a miscommunication - the men did not realize that Molly had been sent to the living room. They had been watching some guy flick - violence and language that they didn't want her to see. She is a bit shy, and thought it would be rude to argue. I have decided to give her a few simple "cooking" lessons, so she can feel part of things next time.


 

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