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What has your toddler done "bad" today?

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I was just in the shower while Dh was watching Lo. Well I heard the door squeak open and as I'm sayin "Hi sweety" the shower curtain gets pushed aside as my clothes get pushed in. Yea!!


Shortly after that, she walks past me with her diaper on her head... Such a dork.
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by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:03 PM
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uriahadel
by Platinum Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:51 PM
No I am from georgia and it is not uptight... my kids just know their boundaries, they know what is theirs and where it goes and they know where it doesn't go... we keep a tidy house and we are consistent with our disciplining and our children are quite happy... they also don't watch tv every day either or play games every day... only on Friday nights and saturdays :-) you can have fun and enjoy each other without destroying the house or making a mess of things


Quoting svolkov:

R u from a foreign country? Seriously id shoot myself in that kind of uptight environment




Quoting uriahadel:

Yea you can... I just don't allow my kids to do certain things and we don't laugh about it, not infront of her, we may when she is not around, but she knows we mean business, because we are raising our children to just not do weird things... I can say, my child doesn't throw anything in the shower when I am in there, and she hasn't done anything of what any of the ladies had mentioned on here...





The worst was when I first became a parent though and didn't know any better and my dd went through our trashcan and strolled all our trash all around our house... that is the worse we have ever dealt with and that was way before our punishments started lol but that wasn't funny at all, it was gross






Quoting CheesyKitty:

She's a kid. She gets told no but she's gonna explore and do wacked out funny things. I can laugh about it after we get it cleaned up and shes on to the next thing right.








Quoting uriahadel:

My two year old does not do any of that... she is very well behaved for the most part... and we don't call what our kids do bad, we call it unacceptable... the issues we are working with right now is her wanting to do everything her sister does, and that is homeschooling, she tries to do her work, and that is challenging but she is learning to play in her room while her big sissy does her work and then they can play together




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reava
by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:51 PM
We couldn't find the remote and she said it was in her closet :/ we tore her closet apart (her toy box is on the bottom) It wasn't there. Finally wefound it under the couch. We had a looong talk about lying. She also tried to climb in the baby swing with her brother. She had major attitude as well and had a meltdown over her yo gabba gabba DVD. It was a bad day... usually things are better. She's 3.
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 9 on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:53 PM
She heard me say "damn it" to my mother, and repeated me. That was obviously my fault though.
svolkov
by Emerald Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 10:55 PM
Not if youre doing it right lol and what do u mean your kids dont play everyday??? Seriously?


Quoting uriahadel:

No I am from georgia and it is not uptight... my kids just know their boundaries, they know what is theirs and where it goes and they know where it doesn't go... we keep a tidy house and we are consistent with our disciplining and our children are quite happy... they also don't watch tv every day either or play games every day... only on Friday nights and saturdays :-) you can have fun and enjoy each other without destroying the house or making a mess of things




Quoting svolkov:

R u from a foreign country? Seriously id shoot myself in that kind of uptight environment






Quoting uriahadel:

Yea you can... I just don't allow my kids to do certain things and we don't laugh about it, not infront of her, we may when she is not around, but she knows we mean business, because we are raising our children to just not do weird things... I can say, my child doesn't throw anything in the shower when I am in there, and she hasn't done anything of what any of the ladies had mentioned on here...







The worst was when I first became a parent though and didn't know any better and my dd went through our trashcan and strolled all our trash all around our house... that is the worse we have ever dealt with and that was way before our punishments started lol but that wasn't funny at all, it was gross








Quoting CheesyKitty:

She's a kid. She gets told no but she's gonna explore and do wacked out funny things. I can laugh about it after we get it cleaned up and shes on to the next thing right.










Quoting uriahadel:

My two year old does not do any of that... she is very well behaved for the most part... and we don't call what our kids do bad, we call it unacceptable... the issues we are working with right now is her wanting to do everything her sister does, and that is homeschooling, she tries to do her work, and that is challenging but she is learning to play in her room while her big sissy does her work and then they can play together





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CheesyKitty
by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 11:00 PM
There is always one. Just let her live her dream. :)


Quoting svolkov:

Not if youre doing it right lol and what do u mean your kids dont play everyday??? Seriously?




Quoting uriahadel:

No I am from georgia and it is not uptight... my kids just know their boundaries, they know what is theirs and where it goes and they know where it doesn't go... we keep a tidy house and we are consistent with our disciplining and our children are quite happy... they also don't watch tv every day either or play games every day... only on Friday nights and saturdays :-) you can have fun and enjoy each other without destroying the house or making a mess of things






Quoting svolkov:

R u from a foreign country? Seriously id shoot myself in that kind of uptight environment








Quoting uriahadel:

Yea you can... I just don't allow my kids to do certain things and we don't laugh about it, not infront of her, we may when she is not around, but she knows we mean business, because we are raising our children to just not do weird things... I can say, my child doesn't throw anything in the shower when I am in there, and she hasn't done anything of what any of the ladies had mentioned on here...









The worst was when I first became a parent though and didn't know any better and my dd went through our trashcan and strolled all our trash all around our house... that is the worse we have ever dealt with and that was way before our punishments started lol but that wasn't funny at all, it was gross










Quoting CheesyKitty:

She's a kid. She gets told no but she's gonna explore and do wacked out funny things. I can laugh about it after we get it cleaned up and shes on to the next thing right.












Quoting uriahadel:

My two year old does not do any of that... she is very well behaved for the most part... and we don't call what our kids do bad, we call it unacceptable... the issues we are working with right now is her wanting to do everything her sister does, and that is homeschooling, she tries to do her work, and that is challenging but she is learning to play in her room while her big sissy does her work and then they can play together






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usmcwifey11
by Platinum Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 11:02 PM
My 15 month old loves to climb on the TV stand in the playroom, then grab the DVD's from the shelf and throw them on the floor. :/
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CheesyKitty
by on Nov. 14, 2012 at 11:03 PM
luckily my 15 month doesn't climb... yet.


Quoting usmcwifey11:

My 15 month old loves to climb on the TV stand in the playroom, then grab the DVD's from the shelf and throw them on the floor. :/

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uriahadel
by Platinum Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 11:03 PM
I didn't say they didn't play every day. I said they don't play their games every day, like dsi and the ipad.

At a very young age we teach them responsibility for their belongings and we teach them boundaries for other peoples belongings... the kids aren't even allowed in my bathroom while I am taking a shower, and they are not allowed in the bathroom period unless they had to use the restroom, take a bath or brush their teeth and they do that in their bathroom accompanied by me... any other time they are allowed in the livingroom, dining room or their bedrooms only when there is an adult in there... they are not allowed in the kitchen unless it is time to eat or for chores... we have a routine... and they are never allowed upstairs without an adult which is very rare


Quoting svolkov:

Not if youre doing it right lol and what do u mean your kids dont play everyday??? Seriously?




Quoting uriahadel:

No I am from georgia and it is not uptight... my kids just know their boundaries, they know what is theirs and where it goes and they know where it doesn't go... we keep a tidy house and we are consistent with our disciplining and our children are quite happy... they also don't watch tv every day either or play games every day... only on Friday nights and saturdays :-) you can have fun and enjoy each other without destroying the house or making a mess of things






Quoting svolkov:

R u from a foreign country? Seriously id shoot myself in that kind of uptight environment








Quoting uriahadel:

Yea you can... I just don't allow my kids to do certain things and we don't laugh about it, not infront of her, we may when she is not around, but she knows we mean business, because we are raising our children to just not do weird things... I can say, my child doesn't throw anything in the shower when I am in there, and she hasn't done anything of what any of the ladies had mentioned on here...









The worst was when I first became a parent though and didn't know any better and my dd went through our trashcan and strolled all our trash all around our house... that is the worse we have ever dealt with and that was way before our punishments started lol but that wasn't funny at all, it was gross










Quoting CheesyKitty:

She's a kid. She gets told no but she's gonna explore and do wacked out funny things. I can laugh about it after we get it cleaned up and shes on to the next thing right.












Quoting uriahadel:

My two year old does not do any of that... she is very well behaved for the most part... and we don't call what our kids do bad, we call it unacceptable... the issues we are working with right now is her wanting to do everything her sister does, and that is homeschooling, she tries to do her work, and that is challenging but she is learning to play in her room while her big sissy does her work and then they can play together






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svolkov
by Emerald Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 11:04 PM
Ugh seriously this hurts me! I hate that. Poor kids. U work with tons of kids. Have a masters in behavior. Id take a parent whos too easy over that authoritarian junk any day


Quoting CheesyKitty:

There is always one. Just let her live her dream. :)




Quoting svolkov:

Not if youre doing it right lol and what do u mean your kids dont play everyday??? Seriously?






Quoting uriahadel:

No I am from georgia and it is not uptight... my kids just know their boundaries, they know what is theirs and where it goes and they know where it doesn't go... we keep a tidy house and we are consistent with our disciplining and our children are quite happy... they also don't watch tv every day either or play games every day... only on Friday nights and saturdays :-) you can have fun and enjoy each other without destroying the house or making a mess of things








Quoting svolkov:

R u from a foreign country? Seriously id shoot myself in that kind of uptight environment










Quoting uriahadel:

Yea you can... I just don't allow my kids to do certain things and we don't laugh about it, not infront of her, we may when she is not around, but she knows we mean business, because we are raising our children to just not do weird things... I can say, my child doesn't throw anything in the shower when I am in there, and she hasn't done anything of what any of the ladies had mentioned on here...











The worst was when I first became a parent though and didn't know any better and my dd went through our trashcan and strolled all our trash all around our house... that is the worse we have ever dealt with and that was way before our punishments started lol but that wasn't funny at all, it was gross












Quoting CheesyKitty:

She's a kid. She gets told no but she's gonna explore and do wacked out funny things. I can laugh about it after we get it cleaned up and shes on to the next thing right.














Quoting uriahadel:

My two year old does not do any of that... she is very well behaved for the most part... and we don't call what our kids do bad, we call it unacceptable... the issues we are working with right now is her wanting to do everything her sister does, and that is homeschooling, she tries to do her work, and that is challenging but she is learning to play in her room while her big sissy does her work and then they can play together







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svolkov
by Emerald Member on Nov. 14, 2012 at 11:06 PM
O_o heil uriah!


Quoting uriahadel:

I didn't say they didn't play every day. I said they don't play their games every day, like dsi and the ipad.



At a very young age we teach them responsibility for their belongings and we teach them boundaries for other peoples belongings... the kids aren't even allowed in my bathroom while I am taking a shower, and they are not allowed in the bathroom period unless they had to use the restroom, take a bath or brush their teeth and they do that in their bathroom accompanied by me... any other time they are allowed in the livingroom, dining room or their bedrooms only when there is an adult in there... they are not allowed in the kitchen unless it is time to eat or for chores... we have a routine... and they are never allowed upstairs without an adult which is very rare




Quoting svolkov:

Not if youre doing it right lol and what do u mean your kids dont play everyday??? Seriously?






Quoting uriahadel:

No I am from georgia and it is not uptight... my kids just know their boundaries, they know what is theirs and where it goes and they know where it doesn't go... we keep a tidy house and we are consistent with our disciplining and our children are quite happy... they also don't watch tv every day either or play games every day... only on Friday nights and saturdays :-) you can have fun and enjoy each other without destroying the house or making a mess of things








Quoting svolkov:

R u from a foreign country? Seriously id shoot myself in that kind of uptight environment










Quoting uriahadel:

Yea you can... I just don't allow my kids to do certain things and we don't laugh about it, not infront of her, we may when she is not around, but she knows we mean business, because we are raising our children to just not do weird things... I can say, my child doesn't throw anything in the shower when I am in there, and she hasn't done anything of what any of the ladies had mentioned on here...











The worst was when I first became a parent though and didn't know any better and my dd went through our trashcan and strolled all our trash all around our house... that is the worse we have ever dealt with and that was way before our punishments started lol but that wasn't funny at all, it was gross












Quoting CheesyKitty:

She's a kid. She gets told no but she's gonna explore and do wacked out funny things. I can laugh about it after we get it cleaned up and shes on to the next thing right.














Quoting uriahadel:

My two year old does not do any of that... she is very well behaved for the most part... and we don't call what our kids do bad, we call it unacceptable... the issues we are working with right now is her wanting to do everything her sister does, and that is homeschooling, she tries to do her work, and that is challenging but she is learning to play in her room while her big sissy does her work and then they can play together







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