This stems from my previous question.. kind of.
However, I was told by a good friend of mine, after chatting with her, that no matter what their child does or even if they know what they've done is wrong, they'll always defend their own. Really?
Maybe my son isn't old enough - 16 months - for me to fully grasp that comment, but I still don't think it's true.
I would WANT my son to know what he did was wrong, and just like I've told my DH, "NO, I'm not going to defend you if you're wrong. I would want you to know the truth, so you don't look like a jackass in front of other people. It doesn't mean that I don't love you." And that's my point with this as well.
What about you? What's your philosophy on the matter?
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