Quoting jjamom: I thought you homeschooled?
Is he in a special needs class? My son has a classmate with Autism who (ironically) my daughter worked with in ESY as a volunteer the year before she joined my son's class and my daughter told me all of the foul things she used to say to the teacher and aide. She liked my DD, but did get mad at her once and told her "f you". Anyway, Alex doesn't seem to have picked up foul language, but I swear he has been giving people the finger lately. Lucky for us his fine motor skills are pretty bad in his hands and it isn't as obvious as it could be!
Quoting mandee1503: Oh man! I have trouble keeping dd from saying those words at school. She gets them at home from fil. Ugh!
Oh my goodness! Moments like this make me glad my son doesn't talk:)
Quoting Linagma03: Lina hasn't said that one but has used some others. I told her they were bad words and not to say them again so then she would ask me if xxx was a bad word or this one or that one. I was almost tempted to tell her to just cuss because she was asking about common words and driving me nuts. She actually asked me if nuts was a bad word because she told her sister she was nuts. Most I sure she learned here at home even tho I try real not to cuss sometimes it slips out and a couple I know she got from school.
you can't shelter them from stuff like that, unfortunately. What you can do is teach them your morals on things and keep teaching them over and over and over.
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