to start with we live in an apartment complex. where we live there is a cluster of ten apartments then we have a strip of grass and there's another set of 10 apartments.
ok here's my problem i have been washing my by hand for the past two weeks, i hang them out on the lines in my somewhat backyard. there's a little boy from the other set of apartments who keeps playing around the wet clothes. i've caught him pulling the clothes off the line. twoday he was doing it again. i told him next time i'm marching him home and telling his mother. i've had with him!
there is only one place that is empty, every other apartment in my cluster has about 15 kids between all the 9 us ranging from 11 and under. i've only had to threaten to tell their parents once. and they stopped playing around the clothes. but this kid just won't stop.
he's 5yo and every single one of the kids around here can't stand him, they try to include him in their games, he tries to steal their balls or frisbees when they send it to him. he tells lies to the parents that aren't out there, (i'm normally inside because i'm doing laundry, the next door lady just had a baby, and another just had major surgery, another is also dealing with a newborn) but between four apartments there is usually about three adults are always outside.
but back to the question: this is his seventh warning, should i just keep warning him, or drag him home and let his mother (who i've met once) deal with him?
she's a single mother of three kids,7, 5, and 2yo
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