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28-11-2013 08:17 #21
28-11-2013 08:35 #22Senior Member
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My poor poor children. Life is about not always getting what you want..... How many toys would play group have left if each child took a toy per session..... I pity this mother when she is collecting her delinquent 15 year old from the police station for stealing- after all he will have no idea it's wrong
28-11-2013 09:41 #23
Unbelievable! I am one of those parents that pretty much frisk my dd before we go home - its amazing what i find in her pockets. I dont think she does it on purpose things just get stuffed in there through the day. I dont get any tantrums thank god!
The leader did say she was happy for me to take home the worm i found in there yesterday.... ewwwwwwwwwwww!
28-11-2013 11:14 #24
Some kids don't hear the word NO nearly as much as they should. This kid is an obvious example of this.
28-11-2013 11:20 #25
28-11-2013 11:35 #26
Wow. Good luck trying that excuse with the police when your 16 year old steals from the shops mum. I can just see it now - "But mum says I can just take whatever I want and no one's allowed to stop me!" Um, no.
28-11-2013 11:38 #27Senior Member
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We'll see her in ten yrs crying on a current affair cause her kid pinched a car because he wanted to, crashed and killed someone... To which she'll say 'I just don't know why? I gave him everything he ever wanted...'
28-11-2013 12:03 #28Senior Member
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opps wrong thread lol.
28-11-2013 13:03 #29
Oh dear. Way to set your child up for a life of anti social behavior!
28-11-2013 13:32 #30
According to her theory I'm a bad parent. DS is told 'no' on a daily basis. A couple of weeks ago at the shops he asked if he could have some Trash Packs to which I said the usual 'not today I can't really afford it'. Then he wanted a chocolate and I said 'no'. 'Fine. I'm not moving until I get something!'. I walked off and left him there. I'd just gone around into the next isle and he come around apologising because he knew his tantrum was out of line.
Seems lile in a few year time her child will just be pocketing the first toy and a chocolate too. I know which sort of parent I'd rather be.
Sent from my pho....oh who am I kidding. It's rarely used as a phone
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