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Vivian [♥] 2 kids; Balls Deep, in, Georgia 13935 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:" Hey that is my child, he had no right! Fine tell me your opinion of the situation, but don't you DARE ... [snip!] ... No he did something I told him would upset Charlie, and that I did not want him to do, did it anyway and lectured me about it."


all I'm getting out of this, is that you're seriouslyyyyyy overreacting because someone put your kid in a crib.. whoa buddy

user banned TTC since Apr 2014; 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15320 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:" Hey that is my child, he had no right! Fine tell me your opinion of the situation, but don't you DARE ... [snip!] ... No he did something I told him would upset Charlie, and that I did not want him to do, did it anyway and lectured me about it."


Beating a child is deliberating trying to upset them.



Putting a child in a bed made for children is not.



It's time for some serious therapy. Your emotional reaction to this isn't even close to rational. Be prepared to lose this friend, and have some words spread about how ridiculously you acted.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20924 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:" He's just about a year and a half, and I was out there ten minutes. But my son was alone in the room. He didn't even stay in there with him. That is really scary for a child his age."


then don't leave him alone for 10 mins? I mean, I agree it was a shitty thing to do, but I wouldn't have stepped out for that long in the first place. If your friend doesn't respect your wishes then I wouldn't hang out w/ him anymore

Charlie's Lovely Mommy 1 child; Granville, Massachusetts 1794 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13*:" Op your profile says your lo is 15 months old. I think he will be fine. Just calm down your friend was ... [snip!] ... all the time that because I let my 4 year old sleep with me she will be messed up but I brush it off cause its their opinion."


I just felt so bad for him, he was tired, in a semi new sleeping place, and alone. He was crying so hard, my poor baby.

user banned TTC since Apr 2014; 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15320 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:" He's just about a year and a half, and I was out there ten minutes. But my son was alone in the room. He didn't even stay in there with him. That is really scary for a child his age."


"IT" the movie, is scary for a child his age. A crib is not.

It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13* 19 kids; Kyle, Texas 4244 posts
21st Jan '13

Plus op would have preferred your child outside with you breathing in all those horrible toxins?



Just sayin

Vivialopod 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42775 posts
21st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:</b>" Hey that is my child, he had no right! Fine tell me your opinion of the situation, but don't you DARE ... [snip!] ... No he did something I told him would upset Charlie, and that I did not want him to do, did it anyway and lectured me about it."</blockquote>



Well then don't leave your kid alone with him :idea: you could have waited to suck up some carcinogens until after he was asleep if you're going to get SO damn angry about someone else doing anything with him

user banned TTC since Apr 2014; 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15320 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:" I just felt so bad for him, he was tired, in a semi new sleeping place, and alone. He was crying so hard, my poor baby."


Your poor baby. Mommy left him alone in a man's house in a room that wasn't his while she went to smoke. I'm sure THAT was scary.

DeanJade&Mak's Mom 3 kids; Covina, CA, United States 8822 posts
21st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:</b>" Hey that is my child, he had no right! Fine tell me your opinion of the situation, but don't you DARE ... [snip!] ... No he did something I told him would upset Charlie, and that I did not want him to do, did it anyway and lectured me about it."</blockquote>




If ur child was having such emotional issues, why wouldn't u take him with u when u went to smoke, instead of leaving him and assuming ur friend would know what u wanted him to do with him,

Charlie's Lovely Mommy 1 child; Granville, Massachusetts 1794 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Vivian [♥]:" all I'm getting out of this, is that you're seriouslyyyyyy overreacting because someone put your kid in a crib.. whoa buddy"


I'm protective. He's my child. I love him more than anything in the entire universe. Yeah I get upset when my child is crying and upset. I think that's actually a normal reaction.

poof be gone Due December 26; 1 child; Maryland 205 posts
21st Jan '13

I think your more effected by this then your LO I'm pretty sure he has forgotten about this already.

_The Rainmaker_ 2 kids; Houston, Texas 1062 posts
21st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13*:</b>" Plus op would have preferred your child outside with you breathing in all those horrible toxins? Just sayin"</blockquote>




This is my opinion aswell. But then again, to each their own.

user banned TTC since Apr 2014; 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15320 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:" I'm protective. He's my child. I love him more than anything in the entire universe. Yeah I get upset when my child is crying and upset. I think that's actually a normal reaction."



No. Nothing about your reaction is normal. You're protective? You left him alone in a room in a man's house while you went to go get nicotine high. Seems like you're more concerned with your addiction and staying at this guy's house than anything. Deal with THAT guilt, and stop displacing it on this guy who did nothing wrong.

It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13* 19 kids; Kyle, Texas 4244 posts
21st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Charlie's Lovely Mommy:</b>" I just felt so bad for him, he was tired, in a semi new sleeping place, and alone. He was crying so hard, my poor baby."</blockquote>




I can totally get that. I have followed some of your posts and can see why you are reacting as you are but seriously. It was ten minutes he will be fine I promise! Your friend was just bein nice and helping then said his opinion its ok to have friends with different styles of parenting(healthy even) so just calm down and realize he was jut trying to help and you are slightly overreacting. K?



Seriously he will be fine. I guarantee he doesn't even remember it.

Charlie's Lovely Mommy 1 child; Granville, Massachusetts 1794 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Red Bottom:" Your poor baby. Mommy left him alone in a man's house in a room that wasn't his while she went to smoke. I'm sure THAT was scary. "


He likes it over here. He's not a stranger, he's an old friend who has a child the same age as mine.