First off the child was 4, and the door was unlocked. How they label that as breaking in is beyond me. I guess he snuck out of his home at 3 am and went over to the Family Dollar, went in and was playing with toys. There was someone looking for him when police went looking in the neighborhood for the child's home. But the fact that he got out is not a good thing. My question is, Can you really say that a 4 year old boy broke into a store that was left unlocked, and he was playing with toys!? If he was older, and knew that what he was doing I could understand. But would you say this is right?Answer Question
Answer by Crystal1124 at 12:57 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
Answer by EireLass at 12:58 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
Answer by Bearsjen at 1:01 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
Answer by CorCorsmomma at 1:05 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
Answer by watersgirls at 1:09 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
Answer by sweetest-sin7 at 1:18 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
for all those asking "where the hell were the parents?", they were sleeping it WAS 3 o'clock in the F*ing morning!!!!
so for all those screaming bad parenting, i have a question, for you
when do you sleep, or do you stay awake 24/7 to watch your children?
Answer by bi-polarmommy at 1:34 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
Answer by bi-polarmommy at 1:35 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
Answer by CorCorsmomma at 1:46 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
obvious bad parenting
I've heard of kids undoing deadbolts by standing on chairs. There is a point at which you can do no more to restrain your child without it becoming abusive (restraints) or a fire hazzard (locking their room from outside). My stepmom was a GREAT mom and still my stepbrother got out of the house for various "adventures".
Give things a bit of thought before leveling charges of "bad parenting" why don't you?
Answer by autodidact at 1:51 PM on Dec. 20, 2008
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