D&D m*******a Clarissa Larson 17 kids; St Thomas, Ontario 1263 posts13th May
would you say that someones a bad parent if the smoke weed and then take care of their child? Let's say that this person smoke medical m*******a because He's got MD (muscular dystrophy) and they need to smoke it or they're useless because of the pain they're always in.
♥♬♡ 2 kids; Pennsylvania 10193 posts13th May
I don't think so, especially for medical reasons...even if the person just likes to smoke and smokes at night or something. To me its just like having a drink (I do not drink though) but just sadly illegal. As long as it does not get in the way of you being a good parent, then there is no issue.
Super Mommy! 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Costa Mesa, California 5996 posts13th May
Yes, considering it's illegal. I guess it may be a different story if it's medical. *shrugs*
homes cool 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 60368 posts13th May
No. How is smoking medical m*******a any different than taking a prescription for a pain killer in that situation?
✖Mandalorian Due October 17; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Georgia 5386 posts13th May
K and N TTC since Nov 2012; 2 kids; Denver City, Texas 1890 posts13th May
No... not at all.
Iyahna :^P 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Temecula, California 10245 posts13th May
<blockquote><b>Quoting homes cool:</b>" No. How is smoking medical m*******a any different than taking a prescription for a pain killer in that situation? "</blockquote>
Peyton'sMommy♥ 1 child; Springfield, Ohio 16775 posts13th May
I don't see an issue unless they are completely stoned out of their minds and can't function, that's when I see an issue with it.
Loka Lokita Washington 4628 posts13th May
NOPE. I used to think so. But now that I'm actually looking into it for MYSELF and have researched it, it's really beneficial to some people. And some people are honestly better parents WITH it.
Adriana's Mami♥ +1 Due December 14; 33 kids; Ontario 3858 posts13th May
No I wouldn't call them a bad parent. I find that it depends on the person too and how they react to it. Some people are able to function better with it, some can't function at all. SO can't smoke if he has any plans or if our daughter is awake, he gets some paranoia when he's high in public. I only like to smoke before bed because it puts me to sleep (I have bad anxiety, I don't smoke while pregnant, personal choice) but if DD wakes up I'm fully capable of taking care of her like I normally would.
Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 15995 posts13th May
No more than a parent who pops a vicodin when needed.