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So fucking nasty. Mrs. Potato Dick Madagascar 20356 posts
4th Nov '12

Oh lawd.



My son has this friend who is a pain in the ass, but my son likes him so I was whatever about it.



Tonight, my kid tells me that this little boy takes SHITS and pisses behind the apartment complex. Like... what? I asked my son again just to make sure I heard right. He said that the boy would take a dump and then just pull up his pants.



The kid lives one building over. He could very well walk over there like a human and go poop. He's 7 or 8. He knows better.



I told my son that I didn't want him playing with him anymore and my son was fine with it. He said he's not a good kid and doesn't want to play with him anymore. I was pleasantly surprised and very proud.



OT, I was very happy with my son today. He told his friend to not be mean to his little sister. It made my heart happy to hear him sticking up for her. I later found out that little kid said "move or I'll kill ya" to my daughter. Little asshole. He's definitely never playing with my kid again. I texted his mom about it, too.

HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20829 posts
4th Nov '12

ew. but i wonder whats going on in the home that would compel him to do that.

Mrs. Potato Dick Madagascar 20356 posts
4th Nov '12
Quoting HotMom21ERF:" ew. but i wonder whats going on in the home that would compel him to do that."


No idea. I think his mom just puts him in front of the video games as soon as he gets home from school. Evidently he gets in a lot of trouble at school.

Andrea Beaver Due June 23 (girl); 2 kids; Canton, Ohio 22 posts
4th Nov '12

I have seen children who act like this and it has been my personal experience that it begins with the parenting and home life of this child....please do not blame this child for it! yes he/she may be 7 or 8 and you think they "should know better" but bad parenting and abuse could also be the problem. He may not want to go home and poop (maybe out of fear), and the threats well children repeat what they hear at home so I am sure at some point this child was told this same statement. Its actually quite sad and my heart goes out to this child! As a parent myself I can see why you would not want your children to play with this broken child, however I would personally take a interest in him and try and help; simply talking to the child and telling them its not appropriate or sanitary for him to be pooing not only in public but outside, pull him to the side when you hear such threats and allow the child to know that it is unexceptionable and if the behavior continues then play time will end! I definitely would monitor all play time very closely!
Thank you for the post and good luck!

Mrs. Potato Dick Madagascar 20356 posts
4th Nov '12
Quoting Andrea Beaver:" I have seen children who act like this and it has been my personal experience that it begins with the ... [snip!] ... then play time will end! I definitely would monitor all play time very closely! Thank you for the post and good luck!"


Thank you for your response!



If there is abuse at home, I don't want any of that to be transferred to my kid. Whether it physical, emotional, or God forbid it's sexual...



As shitty as this sounds, I really don't wanna talk to the kid. I don't deal well with kids and talking to them... I just don't. Can you think of a different avenue I could take? Maybe talk to a teacher of his? Just express some concerns so she can look out for them? I dunno.

Andrea Beaver Due June 23 (girl); 2 kids; Canton, Ohio 22 posts
4th Nov '12

I completely understand, some people can not talk to children other then their own (especially about such personal matters), and that is perfectly fine because under no circumstance are you responsible for this child...Knowing how you feel and your position on this matter if I was you I would contact the Councilor at the school in which this child attends (involving teachers could get messy, especially if the teacher knows this child's parents). However, the Councilors are trained to address such situations and can even give you good advice on how to tell this child he can not come over for play time anymore.
Good luck and I hope I could help you!

Mrs. Potato Dick Madagascar 20356 posts
4th Nov '12
Quoting Andrea Beaver:" I completely understand, some people can not talk to children other then their own (especially about ... [snip!] ... you good advice on how to tell this child he can not come over for play time anymore. Good luck and I hope I could help you!"


I texted his mom and told him that the kids should take a break for a while. Hopefully he doesn't get in huge trouble since I don't know exactly whats going on at home for him. I gotta look out for my kids first.



You definitely helped. Thank you!

❤ ʘlive Oyl 4 kids; 6328 posts
4th Nov '12
Quoting HotMom21ERF:" ew. but i wonder whats going on in the home that would compel him to do that."


:!:

That is crazy... I haven't heard of kids that young doing stuff like that. I could see a rogue teen doing it, but just can't picture a little boy. Wow

Mrs. Potato Dick Madagascar 20356 posts
4th Nov '12
Quoting ❤ ʘlive Oyl:" :!: That is crazy... I haven't heard of kids that young doing stuff like that. I could see a rogue teen doing it, but just can't picture a little boy. Wow"


Yeah. Michael was pretty weirded out by it, too.