Reply
I'mOnFire 1 child; Kentucky 2133 posts
10th May '13
Quoting Juggernog-aholic:" Umm... okay? I've been here for almost 2 years and have never been this dramatic about stuff. Guess I should have gone and hung myself long before now, huh?"


I guess so.

saageex3 1 child; New York 5777 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" I don't give two shits on respecting how she feels. Surely that has been clear. The things that are ... [snip!] ... health. I can never sit idle while someone pretty much agrees with something like this. If you don't like it, don't look."</blockquote>



What she said she would do is completely different then the other woman. I don't think you should be getting so bent out of shape over it. Do I agree with locking kids in their room? No. But having them go to their room until they realize what they did is fine and normal.

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 103960 posts
status 10th May '13
Quoting Minion:" Is there such thing as terrible fours? Here lately she has become a shrieking, whiny, demanding, irritable ... [snip!] ... though. And she is so sassy and such an attitude! She didn't go through a terrible two or three. I thought I had lucked out."



4 is the worst age of them all.

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20214 posts
10th May '13
Quoting I'mOnFire:" I guess so. "


You're just a bitter little b***h, aren't you?

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
10th May '13
Quoting Ravey Candyass:" 4 is the worst age of them all."


My older two were really okay at 4, but my youngest didn't really have her "bad" streak till after she turned 5 in September. But she is really not even bad. She asked me for something a couple of days ago and I said "No," and a few minutes later she said to me, "Momma, I don't like this 'no' word."

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 103960 posts
status 10th May '13
Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:" <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."


because she *gasps* is working.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
10th May '13

I would make her give him her favourite toy.



We do this sometimes with DD, she tries to pick something stupid but we know what her favourites are lol. Usually we tell her she can have it back in a couple days and put it somewhere that she can see and not touch. Frequently over the week she'll ask for it back, and it gives us the chance to remind her why she lost it.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
10th May '13
Quoting Ravey Candyass:" 4 is the worst age of them all."

I'm going to agree with this, lol



There's so many great things about this age, but it's more 'trying' than the younger ages.... Terrible twos doesn't even exist compared to four aha

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 103960 posts
status 10th May '13
Quoting PurpleBama582:" My older two were really okay at 4, but my youngest didn't really have her "bad" streak till after she ... [snip!] ... something a couple of days ago and I said "No," and a few minutes later she said to me, "Momma, I don't like this 'no' word.""


4 was the worst for my oldest.

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 103960 posts
status 10th May '13
Quoting Just Ames:" Truth. I actually think 3 is worse than 4. "


Fathead was an angel until 4. Now Chub, Chub is horrible since birth. every age is bad for her.

saageex3 1 child; New York 5777 posts
10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" Did you not see how those two girls went for pages pretty much assuming that everyone else's kids suck ... [snip!] ... I backed her ass in the wall doesn't mean you've got to come and defend her now. She should have shut her mouth from the jump."</blockquote>




I really didn't get that out of this thread. I felt like things got heated because things were taking out of context and things were said to flare up people's feelings.




Anyways, doesn't matter it's over now lol

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
10th May '13
Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:" 4 year olds' don't think things through, and they definitely don't sit there and think "How can I possibly ... [snip!] ... I use both of these on my 4 year old (turned 4 in January). I am huge on teaching discipline. 4 year olds can be a*****es. lol"

I think my 4 year old knows how to purposely piss someone off more than she knows the value of a dollar lol

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

<blockquote><b>Quoting Rd.:</b>" I think my 4 year old knows how to purposely piss someone off more than she knows the value of a dollar lol"</blockquote>




Lol. Mine too. He will walk up & snatch the toy out of his brothers hand. Then my 6yo will push him & screaming & wrestling ensues.



Currently they reading books together, give it 5min & one will be screaming "X did this". Lol. It never ends.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
10th May '13
Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:" Oh no, not saying they don't purposely do things. Just that they don't think them through before doing it :lol: My son knows all about money. lol"

DD knows about money, but she doesn't "value" it. I've made her pay for things she had broken and explained it to her, but she just cheerfully goes to her piggy bank and hands over the money lol

Minion Due September 30 (girl); 2 kids; ., GA, United States 21533 posts
status 10th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Rd.:</b>" DD knows about money, but she doesn't "value" it. I've made her pay for things she had broken and explained it to her, but she just cheerfully goes to her piggy bank and hands over the money lol"</blockquote>




DD thinks the bank gives me money whenever I want. If she wants something I can't afford and I tell her I don't have the extra money for that she goes "go to the bank!!! They have money!!!" Lol