I have just been made aware that my 13 almost 14 in May dd has a "potty mouth". I found out by her supposed bff for over a year refusing to hang with her. She just told her the other day..out of nowhere...I won't be friends with you any longer. Of course my dd is upset & hurt beyond words as I "clean up" the damage.
I immediately called the bff's mother and ask what the heck is going on? Well...in a very condescending (self-righteous) tone...she begins to tell me stories of my dd's foul language dating all the way back to August! And..how her dd just does not want to be around it. She claims she let her dd try to handle it on her own...hoping it would resolve itself. I have heard her use the words crap, a$$, freakin' here at home..and, immediately took action. ~CONT.~
Answer by motherofhope98 at 5:24 PM on Feb. 25, 2009
~CONT.~ I have never heard her use the language...she is accused of. I'm NOT saying she doesn't use this language elsewhere. My point is...would you as parent, teacher, group leader, let's face it ADULT....immediately try to inform the parents, school etc. in this situation? Am I wrong for wanting to know what my kid is up to behind my back..lol! Sorry a angry here. Thanks.
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