So, my best friend calls me today, like completely going off. I ask her what's wrong. Her daughter is 5 and in kindergarten. Well, she goes to pick her DD up and a child in Autie's (friends daughter) classroom is having a birthday. So, Candace (birthday girl), her mother walks in with invitations. Keep in mind, the classroom if full of 5 year olds...19 to be exact. She asks her daughter, in front of all the kids, who she wants to come to her birthday party. So, Candace picks and chooses...needless to say...7 didn't get invited. And they just cried and ask why they couldn't come. Autie being one...
Would you be mad? OMG, I would be pissed. I told my friend I'd go talk to that mother tomorrow and tell her there are ways to do something like that correctly. Like, ask the teacher to put these invitations in the folders they bring home. What a rude bitch!
Answer by worriedmommy600 at 8:50 PM on Jan. 5, 2011
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Answer by kmath at 8:53 PM on Jan. 5, 2011
Yes that would upset me. I know some schools will not allow students to pass out invites unless everyone in the class got one and if it's a sleepover all the children of that gender had to get one. Personally I would go the the principal to implement the all or none policy.
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