If she's still likely to have contact with your twins I would address it.
Firstly I would discuss it with your mum and ensure she knows that you intend to confront this woman about this and ask her to support your stance on this.
Then I would get in touch with the ex housemate and explain that it has come to your attention that she has smacked them in the past and that you find this to be unacceptable. I'd explain how you prefer to manage the behaviour of your children and ask her to please leave anything of that nature to yourself or your mum in future.
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Last edited by giggle berry; 06-08-2013 at 15:23.
06-08-2013 15:03 #12
Thanks giggleberry, that's really good advice.
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