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Booger & Bubba's Mommy 18 kids; Illinois 8136 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♫ boobook ♫:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... in a room all day a natural consequence? There are age appropriate consequences and then not. I feel bad for your kid :("</blockquote>




Good. He needs someone to feel bad for him. He's so lonely in his room with 50+ hot wheels cars, alphie robot, tag & books, & a toy box full of misc toys.

Booger & Bubba's Mommy 18 kids; Illinois 8136 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Live-Laugh-Love:</b>" Only allowing the child to come out of their room to eat and to go to the bathroom...for the ENTIRE ... [snip!] ... them in their room? Whatever you would like to call it...its still not an appropriate punishment for a 3-4 year old."</blockquote>




What if they don't ask to come out?

Live-Laugh-Love 3 kids; Kitchener, ON, Canada 8314 posts
10th May '13
Quoting ♫ boobook ♫:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... A toddler. A three year old. Yes, that is f**king rediculous. That is not parenting. That's lazy, neglectful and straight mean."


:!::!:

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting I'mOnFire:</b>" I'm around her enough to know that she is disciplined in a fair way. Kids just don't listen. Simple ... [snip!] ... are? Each parent has a different view on punishment and each child takes a different way to be taught what they did was wrong. "</blockquote>



You have NO idea what your talking about. Getting defensive much. Yup, I thought so. Probably because you know what I said was the truth and it's a direct reflection on you.

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" I wouldn't want to come out and be around a "mother" like you either."</blockquote>



Couldn't have said it better myself.

I'mOnFire 1 child; Kentucky 2133 posts
10th May '13
Quoting ♫ boobook ♫:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... A toddler. A three year old. Yes, that is f**king rediculous. That is not parenting. That's lazy, neglectful and straight mean."



And this is why your kids will one day hate you and disrespect you when they hit puberty. Because they think they have it easy. Trust me, it's ridiculous when a child is hit in the head with a coffee mug because he refused to speak... its ridiculous that a child gets his ass repeatedly busted for something he didn't do. There are a lot of ridiculous punishments that would be considered serious abuse but going to our room for something you did while showing no remorse whatsoever is NOT ABUSE.
Take it from someone who knows first hand. I was abused. And so was my husband as a child and what this women is suggesting is not f**king abuse and it sure in the hell isn't neglect.

Live-Laugh-Love 3 kids; Kitchener, ON, Canada 8314 posts
10th May '13
Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Live-Laugh-Love:</b>" Only allowing the child to come out of ... [snip!] ... it...its still not an appropriate punishment for a 3-4 year old."</blockquote> What if they don't ask to come out?"


I highly doubt they wouldnt ask to come out. Do you think that a young child is going to remember why they are even in their room after say.. 30 minutes?

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting I'mOnFire:</b>" And this is why your kids will one day hate you and disrespect you when they hit puberty. Because ... [snip!] ... And so was my husband as a child and what this women is suggesting is not f**king abuse and it sure in the hell isn't neglect."</blockquote>



It might be a step up from the way you had it, but it doesn't mean it's not abuse and neglect. I'm sorry you had to be raised that way.

Booger & Bubba's Mommy 18 kids; Illinois 8136 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" And you, Mommy Dearest, why don't you log your ass off the f**king computer and HELP your child pick ... [snip!] ... to supervise, you know make it fun. *gasp* but that means you're raising a self entitled spoiled brat. You are a f**king tool."</blockquote>




He's playing. I told him to clean it up. There's like 15 things on his floor to clean up. He would rather play alone. When he asks to come out I will help him clean it up make lunch & then its "school time".



If he wanted out he would walk out of his OPEN BEDROOM DOOR. Why don't you log off the computer & go play with your kids. Since that's what I should do with mine.

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" And you, Mommy Dearest, why don't you log your ... [snip!] ... his OPEN BEDROOM DOOR. Why don't you log off the computer & go play with your kids. Since that's what I should do with mine."</blockquote>




Oh wait, so your kid is told to do something, but the words are not enforced LMFAO. parenting fail- miss I know what's best hahahaha

I'mOnFire 1 child; Kentucky 2133 posts
10th May '13

Well because you people are trolls and need to judge other mothers for their parenting i'm out of this thread. I do not agree with what you are saying boobook. And I never will. I already know how to raise my child and I am fully prepared for when my son hits three thank you very much. I do not what i'm talking about because I had to raise my little brother. You people do not know me. And you sure in the hell do not have a place to say if I know what i'm talking about or not. And just because he brother went to prison does not mean she need therapy.



Jesus. Snooty b***hes I swear. They think they know everything.

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
10th May '13
Quoting Minion:" I talked to her and asked her why she pulled up the flowers. She shrugged and didn't say anything. I ... [snip!] ... She's still sniffling on the couch. So by her reaction, do you think she understood or is jut upset she got a talking to? :?"


I think it's probably some of both. She was upset that she got the talking to, but I think you did a good job by explaining that she hurt your feelings and her brother's feelings. You made it personal, and it wasn't too harsh.

Booger & Bubba's Mommy 18 kids; Illinois 8136 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Live-Laugh-Love:</b>" I highly doubt they wouldnt ask to come out. Do you think that a young child is going to remember why they are even in their room after say.. 30 minutes?"</blockquote>




No he's not. So why won't he come out then? Do you think it's because he's afraid? He doesn't want to be around the mom who spent wensday at the zoo with him, & yesterday at the park with him? Or because he is playing with his toys happily in his room?

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting I'mOnFire:</b>" Well because you people are trolls and need to judge other mothers for their parenting i'm out of this ... [snip!] ... he brother went to prison does not mean she need therapy. Jesus. Snooty b***hes I swear. They think they know everything. "</blockquote>



I would highly recommend you take parenting classes to help you be a better mother. I'm not saying you are a bad mom- I'm saying that you can learn tools and educate yourself and childhood development, seeing as how you missed out on positive and caring parenting. And unfortunately, I was raised pretty similar- and we have to break the cycle. It sounds like you still need help moving forward and a counselor might be beneficial also.

Minion 3 kids; ., GA, United States 21802 posts
10th May '13

DD just came up to me all quiet and said she was sorry for pulling the flowers and she didn't mean to make us sad. And that if DS planted more she wouldn't touch them.



So I gave her a hug and told her thank you for apologizing and sent her on her way.



DS is still pissed at her, but I can't blame him.