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08-08-2012 11:35 #51Senior Member
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08-08-2012 11:35 #52
If the kids weren't using it as a weapon then I don't see the problem (and I think I will probably end up being a helicopter parent ). I used to play with sticks when we went bush walking (like a big wizard staff, I was so nerdy), and it was a bit of harmless fun. Regardless, even if I wouldn't let my kids do it I wouldn't abuse another parent for allowing it That is so rude
08-08-2012 11:39 #53-
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Probably not but I wouldn't tell someone to take it off their kids.
Unless a child was in immediate danger, it's not my place to say anything.
08-08-2012 11:47 #54
No, we don't let our children play with sticks. It's dangerous. In fact, my BIL is actually completely blind in one eye thanks to an incident with a stick when he was a child, so we are paranoid about sticks
*I can haz typos*
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