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    I would be like "oh oops" smack you upside the head lady!!! That's not right at all!!!

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    Definitely not overreacting.
    I'd wait until you've calmed a little, then discuss with your ex. Don't go off tap or say she had no right (both of which are reasonable things to say but ex won't see it like that!) just say that in future, hair cutting, ear piercing and anything similar needs to be discussed with you first. Parent to parent. It's a reasonable and rational response to an unreasonable action and he can't argue with it because you're being so reasonable!

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    I would be fuming! Especially after the ear piercing incident, and now this, I would lose my shiz!

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    I haven't said anything to the ex or her yet.. Might have to wait til I've calmed down... In a thousand years!

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    Ugh, sounds like she's deliberately doing things to get to you. What a pain in the a$$! I wouldn't give her the satisfaction of knowing you are annoyed.

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    Definitely not over reacting. I'd have a chat to ex about it.

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    Posted in wrong thread? :/

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    Definitely not over reacting! I always ask my DSD's mum BEFORE I do anything like that. My DSD had hair down to her bum and wanted it cut to just below her shoulders, that was a huge hair cut. I am a hairdresser so I cut her hair for her however like I said I always call or text her mum before I cut it. If mum says no we don't do it. I would be furious if that happend to my bio kids.

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    You have every right to be fuming.

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    Not overreacting. Do you think she's done it to be a cow and annoy you deliberately/power games or is she just clueless?

    I'd be very angry.


 

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