My friend was over lastnight. My son and her son our 4 years old. We both have total different parent styles. Her son was repeating hitting my son in the back that had a empty bookbag on it. Plus the were fighting over toys and things before this. My friend was on the computer and not attending to the any of these situations. After getting over the computer she came and asked my 4 year if he wanted them to leave. My son's reply was yes. She got her things together and let and never said a word to me or my husband. After she left I tried to call she didn't answer her phone. So I text her and asked why she didn't say anything when she left. I told her my son didn't know exactly what he was saying she says he did and I was rude for not correcting him. I asked why she asked him such a rude thing anyways and he remark was I distorted the situation and this is all my fault and I can never admit when things are my fault.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 1:18 PM on Dec. 28, 2009 in Relationships
Answer by Anonymous at 1:20 PM on Dec. 28, 2009
The entire situation is ridiculous. It sounds like your friend has a lot of growing up to do. I personally wouldn't want my son playing with a child like that anyway. I say let it be. You don't need her or her bratty kid.
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Answer by Anonymous at 1:39 PM on Dec. 28, 2009
From the writer..... we always get into little conflict of this nature. She always says I don't admit when I am wrong. I have no problem admitting when I am wrong, when I am wrong! I felt like the question to my 4 year old was not fair and then she expect me to correct him but what was I suppose to do tell me not to be honest when asked a question. If I said to leave that would be another story. But when I told her she was rude asking my 4 year old if he wanted them to leave that was rude! HER comment "I asked him something rude? WOW what a way to distort a situation you never think anything is in any way your fault!' I just wanted to know where am I at fault here. I just told her when she got over it to call me. She thinks she did nothing wrong! I am the one left wondering what I was SUPPOSE to do. I would NEVER put her in a situation like that!
Answer by Anonymous at 2:03 PM on Dec. 28, 2009
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