My bff's son hits my dd on purpose the last 4 times we have gotten together. The last time was last night-1st he kicked her in the stomach and 10 mins later in the face. He told his mom he was just practicing his karate. She did not make him say sorry and he only got a 3 min time out after the 2nd kick. Told him karate is for class only!! My dd now has a swollen face!
They are both 5(dd is 17wks older)and she outweighs him by 10pds, he is a skinny thing, I told her last night to nail him with everything she has if he hits her again. Am I right?!
Bff refuses to accept that son is a sh** and claims my dd must do something to make him do it!!Our other friend whose 5yro dd is in the middle of these 2 gets hit also if she is around.
I am sick of it and don't want to lose a friend when I finally smack the crap out of her son for hurting my dd again!!
Answer by lostshel at 10:32 AM on Jun. 10, 2009
It doesn't matter if your daughter was in his face making fun him it doesn't give him the right to hit her or anyone for that matter. She needed to discipline her child for hitting your daughter and if she didn't I would have. I personally wouldn't have them together anymore and if you do I wouldn't be afraid to step in and take care of him if she doesn't. The FIRST thing they teach you in karate is to NOT practice outside of class which is what he did and he is obviously not learning discipline that karate teaches.
Answer by Anonymous at 10:33 AM on Jun. 10, 2009
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Answer by sweetstkissez22 at 10:42 AM on Jun. 10, 2009
When my little guy started daycare, and became the object of bullying, after awhile I finally told him that if he feels he has to, protect yourself. I also made sure he knew that its not okay to hit or kick (especially girls) but if someone is doing that to him, he has the right to protect himself.
I think that is awful that she thinks its okay for him to hit girls, even if its 'practicing karate". I hope you dd gives him a good one next time she gets kicked or hit by this boy. And I'm sorry that this may ruin a friendship.
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