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Miss. Tiff Due November 20; 33 kids; Odessa, Missouri 2874 posts
Oct 31st '12

I have a potty mouth. I'm working on it but none the less she hears them & she occasionally says them in the correct ways yet I don't laugh or encourage it. I try to let her know that she should use that word.

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
Oct 31st '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮Scarlet Begonia:</b>" That's a really good idea."</blockquote>




He's a good kid, and after school if he wants to go to his room and talk to himself about how "miserably f**king long" it was, that's fine. He gets it out of his system. We haven't had a problem with him swearing accidentally or at school or in front of grandma, so it seems to be working.

Tiffany (+1) 1 child; California 51 posts
Oct 31st '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting JiLLiAN.:</b>" why? you are an adult. you can do things he can't. i don't think you should get drunk in front of your kids or anything, but i couldn't imagine sensoring myself THAT much."</blockquote>



I agree!

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Oct 31st '12
Quoting Dr. Paradigm Shift:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ☮Scarlet Begonia:</b>" That's a really good idea."</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... system. We haven't had a problem with him swearing accidentally or at school or in front of grandma, so it seems to be working."


My son has sworn in front of my mom lol it's pretty funny to me. I've never heard about it at daycare though so idk if he doesn't do it or they just don't care.
He does like to tell me all about how he got "bitched at" by his daycare teachers too :)

ღ Diana ღ Michigan 15726 posts
Oct 31st '12

No I would not let them, they have said bad words and after telling them enough times that they can not use those bad words they now tell you if you us them that "hey that's a bad word".

Milk Monster 2 kids; Arizona 9089 posts
Oct 31st '12

DS said "Hell no!" Repeating me and my SIl talking about teen mom (go figure) and I stopped talking and said baby we don't say that. He's 2 and doesn't really understand so now we watch what we say very carefully around him. It's just words, but I would be very embarrassed if we were in church and DS just yelled out some random curse word.

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
Oct 31st '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮Scarlet Begonia:</b>" My son has sworn in front of my mom lol it's pretty funny to me. I've never heard about it at daycare ... [snip!] ... doesn't do it or they just don't care. He does like to tell me all about how he got "bitched at" by his daycare teachers too :)"</blockquote>




Ha ha! It snowed a tiny bit a couple years ago and he busted out "holy shit! It's snowing!" And, it WAS well warranted, lol.

lovinthem04 Due June 26 (boy); 19 kids; Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 1999 posts
Oct 31st '12

No. We don't cuss. my kids get nervous looks on their faces when they hear other people do it. They will ask me why people use that language. I have friends who think its cute, or funny. I think it shows poor parenting, cause that means that you have sowrn enough around your kids, that they think it's normal talk.

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Oct 31st '12
Quoting lovinthem04:" No. We don't cuss. my kids get nervous looks on their faces when they hear other people do it. They will ... [snip!] ... think it shows poor parenting, cause that means that you have sowrn enough around your kids, that they think it's normal talk."


I am definitely NOT a bad parent but way to judge off a little thing like language :)

Tiffany (+1) 1 child; California 51 posts
Oct 31st '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting lovinthem04:</b>" No. We don't cuss. my kids get nervous looks on their faces when they hear other people do it. They will ... [snip!] ... think it shows poor parenting, cause that means that you have sowrn enough around your kids, that they think it's normal talk."</blockquote>



I have to agree, it does show poor parenting.

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Oct 31st '12
Quoting Tiffany (+1):" <blockquote><b>Quoting lovinthem04:</b>" No. We don't cuss. my kids get nervous looks ... [snip!] ... enough around your kids, that they think it's normal talk."</blockquote> I have to agree, it does show poor parenting."


Okayyyy :roll:
I think it shows bad judgement overall if you are going to call someone a bad parent without knowing anything about them or the way they parent.

Hairspray 18 kids; Ohio 7397 posts
Oct 31st '12
Quoting ☮Scarlet Begonia:" I am definitely NOT a bad parent but way to judge off a little thing like language :)"



Wait.. So you LET your child cuss?

Noone said bad parent.. poor parenting is what was said.

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Oct 31st '12
Quoting Jodi&Brennen+1:" Wait.. So you LET your child cuss? Noone said bad parent.. poor parenting is what was said."


Poor=bad. I am not a poor parent nor do I practice poor parenting. I do everything for my son you're possible supposed to do. He is extremely happy, smart, and well taken care of.
And YES I let him swear. I don't encourage it OR discourage it. They are just words, simple as that.

Hairspray 18 kids; Ohio 7397 posts
Oct 31st '12
Quoting ☮Scarlet Begonia:" Poor=bad. I am not a poor parent nor do I practice poor parenting. I do everything for my son you're ... [snip!] ... and well taken care of. And YES I let him swear. I don't encourage it OR discourage it. They are just words, simple as that."


Well, I also think it's bad parenting to allow your child to say valgure words. It's your job as the parent to teach right or wrong. Does he say them in public?

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
Oct 31st '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮Scarlet Begonia:</b>" Poor=bad. I am not a poor parent nor do I practice poor parenting. I do everything for my son you're ... [snip!] ... and well taken care of. And YES I let him swear. I don't encourage it OR discourage it. They are just words, simple as that."</blockquote>




Same here, in his designated swearing area. If someone thinks that's poor parenting, fine. I believe in my child's right to freely express himself and saying "naughty words" to himself isn't hurting anyone. It's not like he can avoid hearing them.