disallowing my child to hang with certain children user banned
27th May '12

i have a friend, she graduated last year, that has a 2 year old daughter. she has issues, i think she's autistic or something like that, don't know for sure. anyways, she came over today for our daughters to play and her daughter just started hitting my child for no f**king reason and screaming for nothing. what the f**k? it scared me and my daughter so i made her leave. i won't be inviting her over anymore. my daughter likes the girl but if she's gonna be beaten for hanging out with her then that friendship stops here.



and its never happened before. she use to cry randomly for nothing but she never hit syn. :?

*Mrs. Varicose Veins* 5 kids; Chunky, Mississippi 22987 posts
27th May '12

I hope you never have a special needs child.

elisabeth♡ 49 kids; Connecticut 853 posts
27th May '12

Well okay.....

Sarah ♥ K&K 2 kids; South Land, CA, United States 119170 posts
27th May '12

I hope you never have a special needs child. You'd be doing a disservice to them.

Angel [Mariah's Mommy] 1 child; Indianapolis, Indiana 18065 posts
27th May '12

So, you are saying that you won't let her play with children that are special needs and might have an outburst? Way to go. :roll:

Tippie 3 kids; Salem, Oregon 12579 posts
27th May '12

She's 2......it's normal behavior for a 2 yr old to scream and hit if they want something or are upset about something. That's where we as parents step in and redirect and teach them that is wrong.



If you are serious about thinking this child may be special needs, that means you need even more patience with the child.



Not just ditch a friendship because of a tantrum. That's pretty low imo.

elisabeth♡ 49 kids; Connecticut 853 posts
27th May '12
Quoting Angel [Mariah's Mommy]:" So, you are saying that you won't let her play with children that are special needs and might have an outburst? Way to go. :roll:"



:roll:

The Blissful Six 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Massachusetts 10260 posts
27th May '12

I understand your concern for your child, but seriously. An autstic child doesn't know any better. Maybe at the age they are at you could wait to do play dates. Cutting them out of your life is unfair to both children.

I&Js mad house 50 kids; Minneapolis, Minnesota 265 posts
27th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *Mrs. Varicose Veins*:</b>" I hope you never have a special needs child. "</blockquote>




THIS!!!!

user banned Due December 31; 3 kids; Pomona, California 688 posts
27th May '12

i don't want my kid to be hit. she was hitting her in her head for no reason and i know there wasn't a reason because I was watching them. she took a toy, threw it across the room and then started hitting her. her mom couldn't calm her down and syn was upset. my child is my main and only concern.

Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49462 posts
27th May '12
Quoting *Mrs. Varicose Veins*:" I hope you never have a special needs child. "

:!::!:

user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts
27th May '12

Ho boy. Here we go :roll:

FroggysMommy 1 child; Golden, Colorado 27046 posts
27th May '12
Quoting *Mrs. Varicose Veins*:" I hope you never have a special needs child. "


This. Seems like bullshit.



Besides, she's 2. Try to teach her what she did was wrong, not freak out and never allow her over again.

Angel [Mariah's Mommy] 1 child; Indianapolis, Indiana 18065 posts
27th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tippie:</b>" She's 2......it's normal behavior for a 2 yr old to scream and hit if they want something or are upset ... [snip!] ... means you need even more patience with the child. Not just ditch a friendship because of a tantrum. That's pretty low imo. "</blockquote>




I'm not surprised based on who OP is.



OP- you're not opposed to starting a fght with your SO, but if a child throws a tantrum you don't want them around. Does this mean you shouldn't be around your child since you throw tantrum, with her in your arms?

1&1 We're Done! 2 kids; Nevada 10963 posts
27th May '12

Honestly you probably should have gotten more information about the childs special needs, So you could have known ahead of time if this behavior was possible.