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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    For the record I think you handled it really well. You stuck up for your daughter and made your point without going too far and scaring the kids. I always worry if I was in a situation like that I might take it too far.
    I agree! That comment about the grandma being a bully was fantastic. I always regret that I wasn't clever enough to think of something snappy in return.

    As for me, I probably would have spoken to her workplace and security hoping a talking to from somebody she considers an authority figure was enough. I wouldn't have taken it as far as the police.

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    As peaceful as my parenting is i would have been quite angry and told her right off. My reaction to others hurting my kids needs working on I guess. I would have reported her to the police too though they probably wouldn't do anything.
    The lady was out of line and she is the bully here.


 

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