So, our neighbor has a 5 year old daughter that hangs out with my kids. No problem, there. However, whenever my husband comes out, she is constantly hugging him. Yesterday at my dad's cookout, she got hurt and climbed up on my hubby's lap for consolation. Yes, her mother was there, no her dad stayed at home (as usual) and wasn't there.
So, my question is what do y'all think about this? Her mother doesn't seem bothered, but my hubby and I don't know what to think of it. We truly enjoy spending time with the two of them (her hubby as well, when he shows). We are just confused.
Also - this was totally initiated by the little girl. My hubby did not instigate at all.
Answer by colesmommy2009 at 6:21 PM on Sep. 8, 2009
Answer by feesharose at 6:21 PM on Sep. 8, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 6:35 PM on Sep. 8, 2009
I also don't like seeing little girls climb on men laps,but,for some reason,she feel secure with him. About 2 years ago,a church member of ours brought her 2 foster daughters to church,they were 3 and 4,when,my DD walked in church,the 3 yr. old,jumped in my DD lap,and would not let go,so,after church,we were trying to go home,and this child just screamed,so finally we just left.,the following Sunday,the same thing happens,but, this time,that night the member called me and asked me could I bring my DD to her house,she said the child had been screaming,since they left church. We never understood why she had such an attachment to my DD,but, we ended up with another child, she started coming to my home,going to family functions with us,she stopped crying,she is now 5,and doing well,she just went back to her bio-mom.
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Answer by kristal2146 at 7:31 PM on Sep. 8, 2009