My 17 yr old daughter who normally doesn't give me any trouble (she's a bit lazy, but I don't have many behavior problems with her) just told me that her and a few of her friends skipped school on Friday. And they were at MY house playing video games and surfing the internet.
And when I got the skip call, she said it was a mistake and that she was going to clear it up at school.
She just confessed to skipping class.
I told her I am very disappointed and she is grounded for at least a week. I want to make this punishment harsh. I'm glad she told me but on the other hand, I want her to realize that something like this will NOT be tolerated.
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Answer by wendythewriter at 7:53 AM on May. 28, 2013
I think the punishment you gave fits the crime. Hopefully she won't do it again. This is a rough time of year & the kids are ready for the school year to be over & summer to begin! (I bet the teachers are too! :p)
Answer by mrsmom110 at 7:06 PM on May. 29, 2013
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