We've gone through some drama a while ago with the kids in the neighbourhood. Things have been pretty good with the girls lately with 2 exceptions. A few days ago a few of them told my dd that if she's friends with one girl then she can't play with them. She didn't want to be mean and exclude one girl and was upset. They all got over it kinda. Now the girl she stood up for is mad at her saying she's not her friend because she thinks my dd ruined something she was making. My word it's so silly but not to my dd. What would you tell your kids?
I usually try to get her to see why they might be upset with her, justified or not and explain to her that they are just saying these things because they are upset.
If they are just being mean I tell her to come home, they may not talk to her that way and she doesn't have to play with them. She tell's them they're beign mean and comes home.
I know it's not going to matter tomorrow and they'll all be friends again but it still stinks to see dd upset about these things.
I was told she was being mean one day, I talked with her and told her how it felt when it happened to her and how the other girl must be feeling.
Answer by mrsmom110 at 10:10 AM on Jun. 10, 2011
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