Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-17 11:29:45
ID: 53896
In response to a confession. I'm sorry, but this seems like such a non- issue. Nobody was injured physically or otherwise. It's sand. It washes out. Kids are going to do things they shouldn't when playing with other kids. I feel like an apology from one to the other should have been sufficient. It's utterly ridiculous that either of you got your panties in a wad about 1) sand in hair, and 2) that someone wanted your ds to behave. Smh. Kids learn from experience 100% of the time. Let them learn.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-17 00:35:05
ID: 53890
In response to a confession. Where is the red flag here? And who cares if you don't think the mom was "nice" enough to him? She didn't yell at him, according to you, so wtf did you want her to do? I'm sure if some kid dared to throw sand in your snowflake's hair you'd go ballistic. The only red flag here is your stifling, enabling parenting.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-16 23:16:10
ID: 53887
One of my good friends and her DH have a little girl who's going to be 3. Whenever they post pics of her on FB, people inevitably comment on how pretty/cute/princess-like she is. Her daddy, who's an engineer, always comments with something like "Doesn't she look so ready for calculus and thermodynamics? Look at how well she concentrates!" I love that about him as a dad. He really wants people to see his little girl for who she is and for her talents. My dad was much the same way and I have always felt like I can do absolutely anything a man can do.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-16 21:35:59
ID: 53883
In response to a confession. Of course your kid didn't have much to say to the other mom, he was the one who threw sand in another kid's hair! Guilty. You act like your kid is the victim here. I don't even understand what the issue is? You said the other other mom was nice when she spoke with him, what more do you want. I guess it's OK for your child to treat others however he wants with no consequences. You're lucky she was even nice to him after he threw sand at her kid. It could have gotten in her kid's eyes..seems like an entitled brat.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-16 05:51:33
ID: 53875
In response to a confession. It was her confrontational behavior towards me when I showed up that made me feel like she was overstepping. Him telling her “i don’t know” when he is the kind of kid who LOVES attention from everyone and would normally give way too many details about his entire day to anyone who will listen was also sort of a red flag for me. I asked him after if he thought she was nice to him when they talked before I showed up he said I don’t know, so I told him if someone’s parents ever made him uncomfortable to go find the teacher. I don’t mind other people talking to my kid, but I expect them to be nice to him, and I honestly don’t think that she was.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-15 18:45:00
ID: 53863
They should be teaching in High School how important it is to vote. The dynamics of demographics, current demographics as well as what they'll look like as the students become voters. These kids don't have any idea how important they are.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-15 13:16:34
ID: 53854
Millennials are more tolerant, less racist, less materialistic, and more community-minded as far as social justice, than any other generation I've had experience with. I'm very excited to see what they can do if they would just get involved. At least vote! That's their downfall, they feel so separated from Washington politics, and the 1% (which to them are pretty much one and the same) that they think nothing they do matters. They don't even bother to vote. They are the most screwed generation, and they know it. They think they can't change anything. They're wrong. They're the only ones who can. And I tell them that at every opportunity.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-15 08:36:34
ID: 53852
There is a lady I know who complains all the time about millennials and how lazy they are. She has a 10 year old son who she still bathes, dresses including putting on his underwear for him, ties his shoes, cleans his room and brings him dinner to his room so he doesn't have to stop playing video games. He has a room full of so many toys and electronics it looks like a small toy store. It is a massive room in the basement with everything thing imaginable and he never has to clean it after playing, she does the cleaning and organizing after he is done destroying the area. He doesn't do any chores and gets a $20 dollar weekly allowance just for existing. He does nothing but sleep and eat and go to school. She complains about millennials but doesn't see her actions are contributing a problem for the future version of her son. Can we say DENIAL!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-15 08:02:35
ID: 53851
I think there is good and bad with every generation and there are some good things going to come out of the millennial generation. They stir things up, sometimes not in the best way but at least they get up and make their voice heard. Last year when DS was in 3rd he had a terrible teacher. She liked to hand out worksheets and told kids to figure it out while she sat at her desk on the computer. When she did teach there were many times she would work a problem on the board and get it wrong. DS would point out her mistakes and correct the problem for her. He called her out for bullying a classmate. She would call out this child's bad grades to embarrass him and tell him he was lazy and he should be ashamed of his scores but refused to help him when he asked. My grandma heard about it and told me I need to teach DS to be quiet and respect his teacher and he should be thankful he had a school to go to. I would rather have a child with an opinion than a blind follower.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-14 18:42:59
ID: 53843
In response to a confession. From my perspective, with all due respect, you are over-reacting. This stuff will happen a million times before your kid turns 8. You are being overprotective. No one can talk to your kid w/o you or your teacher? Yikes. Relax.
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