I have a friend who lives 7 blocks from her son's school. The thing is it's been snowing a lot these last few wks ( we've had at least 3 blizzards thus far & are in the middle of another). Her son only goes to school for 3 1/2 hrs, she also has a younger son & a baby girl. Everytime she's taken him to school or picked him up (she has to walk) she falls or 1 of her kids do or something happens. But she's intent on taking her son to school (with the 2 smaller 1s in toe) in the middle of a blizzard to get rid of him for 3 1/2hrs. She says she "needs a break from the boys fighting". I want to tell her it would probably be easier just to dicsiplan her kids (I don't mean hit, I mean educate them in how to behave with each other). She's got dozens of child psychology degrees & refuses to teach her own kids how to behave in her own home. My thing is I'm worried for her kids, everytime they go out they get hurt. Do I say something?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:42 PM on Feb. 25, 2010 in General Parenting
Answer by Anonymous at 12:45 PM on Feb. 25, 2010
Hurt? How by falling? Kids fall. Are they getting broken bones everytime they fall? Or gashes and bleeding profusely??
Really? It sounds minor. If her child is in school/daycare and she's paying it... she has every right to send him... Besides, the kids probably enjoy the snow anyway.
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