I posted a question a while back and thought I would update it. I got a few questions about why my friends son makes me iffy but I wanted to post again at a later date and give me a chance to think about things myself for a little bit. So last night my friend and her family come over to finish their laundry. Because of the "iffy" feeling her 13 year old son gives me I don't let my kids play in their bedrooms while he's here, they have to stay in direct eyesight. Last night I caught their son flipping off my 5 year old son when they were getting toys to bring to the living room. We were all sitting in the living room. I immediately got angry and was like "everyone to the living room NOW". My friend asked me if something had happened and I said "they are in there flipping each other off". My friends husband looked at the 13 year old and said "you better not have been doing that". My friend has already told me that her hub is WAY physical in discipline. I've never seen him be out of line with his son but the way he was looking at him kind of scared me. He asked the 13 year old if he had flipped my son off and he stood right there and lied to his dad. I dropped it. I didn't have a confrontation about it because I didn't want him to get into trouble. SO wrong of me, I know. Something in the way the hub said it, it just put me on edge. There is a lot more going on with this family and us and I need to vent about it so I'll be making a few posts today and airing my dirty laundry, lol. What do you ladies think about this episode? Was I overreacting or should I have told his dad? And PLEASE, I am pregnant, I know that my hormones are going nuts, don't "cushion" me on any of these posts.
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