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I'm getting sick of this. (please don't quote) Bear's mama ♥ 1 child; Colorado 943 posts
8th Aug

Missed it. Thanks, ladies. 

Elle&Cole⛄️ 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Rio Rancho, NM, United States 25880 posts
8th Aug

It's not the child's fault it's the parents fault. Talk to them. 

Bear's mama ♥ 1 child; Colorado 943 posts
8th Aug

Quoting ElleBelle (34 weeks):
It's not the child's fault it's the parents fault. Talk to them. 


I was just editing saying I know it's not her fault. 
I know it's not. 
But her mother, and her grandmother will be no help. 
They don't think there is anything wrong with the way she acts. 
They tell us, "she doesn't act like this at home" which I think is a big bullshit lie. 

CaramelDuchess85 2 kids; smalltown, OK, United States 283 posts
8th Aug

If u guys are friends u should b able to talk to her mom about what she says and does. I dont really see how u stepping in will help if her mom just lets her continue on at home the way she does. 

NinjaSquirrel United States 3701 posts
8th Aug

remove the child.

Bear's mama ♥ 1 child; Colorado 943 posts
8th Aug

Quoting CaramelDuchess85:
If u guys are friends u should b able to talk to her mom about what she says and does. I dont really see how u stepping in will help if her mom just lets her continue on at home the way she does. 


Her and I don't talk anymore. She was one of those rocks that hold you down, and keep you from being successful. I after 11+ years of friendship, I had to end things. 
We haven't even checked in on each other since January. She'd flip if I asked her to change her daughter's ways. 

mad*hatter 2 kids; 1 angel baby; United States 2166 posts
8th Aug

I would tell the mom/grandma that if they are going to continue to let her act like that then you don't want her around your son.

Even though you have tried to switch scheduling, if I were you, I would redirect her when she started talking or acting like that. 

CaramelDuchess85 2 kids; smalltown, OK, United States 283 posts
8th Aug

Oh ok i see..well i hope u have some kind of sucess. I wouldnt want my child around that nonsense either.

mad*hatter 2 kids; 1 angel baby; United States 2166 posts
8th Aug

Quoting Bear's mama ♥:

Her and I don't talk anymore. She was one of those rocks that hold you down, and keep you from being successful. I after 11+ years of friendship, I had to end things. 
We haven't even checked in on each other since January. She'd flip if I asked her to change her daughter's ways. 


I didn't realize you two didn't speak anymore before I commented. I would honestly just remove my child from the situation when I was around... And still redirect her behavior if she acts up. Yah it might not really be your place, but if her dad is there and not doing anything either he is just reinforcing her bad behavior.