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Pissed off parents in my yard! WTF?**edit**

Posted by Anonymous   + Show Post
Okay, my daughter is no longer on the bus. I am able to pick her up and stop her off. So that is the plan for now.
I finally got a call back from transportation around 3. The took my "statement" and told me that I will know something Monday. They will review tapes and talk to the bus driver. The supervisor agreed what she did was uncalled for.
I am not upset with parents being parents. However, all the children agree I did not yell. One said I seemed mad. All the parents are backing me.
Also dome asked what got on to my DD meant... it means her behavior was pointed out and corrected. She was told that she was being inappropriate and it was unacceptable! She was reminded thar once home she much write 10 sentences. "I will keep my hands to myself."

So Im making breakfast after DD goes to school for my younger kiddos. Well I get a knock on the door.
I have 4 sets of parents at my door.
The bus driver called them and told them I YELLED at their kids. First one neighbor says she knows I don't yell (I really don't I don't like being yelled and as a child it kinda traumatized me a bit so I won't yell at my kids.)
So I go on to explain that my DD put her hand on another little girl. And I went out and got onto her. I had the 9 year old sibling telling me she got on to my DD. (I told her from now on either tell me or their mom and dad so.they. don't cross a street) bus pulls up I hug all 3 of the girls (DD the girl who my DD touched and the 9yo) and start my day.

I'm beyond pissed.
You call 4 sets of parents for me getting on to my daughter?
Are you kidding me? Go fuck yourself!

**2 sets of parents watch their kids me and the 2 girls I talked about parents. So only we know how and what happened.**

How would you deal with this. Why call 4 sets of parents and not me?
Posted by Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2013 at 11:24 AM
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by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:33 PM


by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:36 PM

I'd call the school and let them know about the situation. I think its good the bus driver was trying to be on top of it (I guess) but it seems out of line to call them. I would think that would be something for the school to decide. Other than that you've explained what happened and the girls can back up the story.

by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:36 PM

 my 4 year old is good at school unless someone acts mean to him and then hes just telling them they are a poopoo youngest will attack like  awild cat if you corner him!! both are really sweet boys they just have issues that we are working on. im glad your dd wa shelped by school mine are loving their daycare!! my 4 year old is going to kindergarden next year so well see how he does in a bigger school setting.

Quoting Anonymous:

Your oldest sounds like my 5 year old. I keep a close eye on her she will flip and get angry and hurt herself. she doeant handle streas (typical child stress. Petty fights with friends ect...)School has helped so much! :)

Quoting helema24:

 yuh i have gotten mean looks from women when i calmly tell their kids to leave mine alone. I am soo tired of having to explain the issues my kids have... my 4 year old has an issue with people telling him certain things and getting in his face. he will snap and get agressive in certain situations and when he tried to defend himself a little girl that was visiting with her mom told me HE pushes HER and she wasnt crying or anything but he was freakin gout.... come to find out she told him she didnt like him and sent him into a fit of tears... then righ tafter she pushed him hard enough to slam into something and cause a big bruise that did shrink once the swelling went down....and my husband tried to get onto him because he will attack people if they are doing those things to him... but he wont attack little girls because hes been taught not to hit girls!!

my 3 year old has an issue with space. if you are in his space he will freak out and lash out and curl in a little ball ... if the child keeps getting in his space and talking to him he feels cornered and will; jump on them. this is a usually quiet sweet boy that just has space issues and gets agressive when he feels cornered!!

that being said if MY boys did something id rather a mom like you say something than not and id be bringin you cookies not yelling at you!!


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by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:38 PM

Seriously? They call parents when you tell your daughter something is wrong, but not when someone is being bullied or gets hurt? Wow...

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by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:38 PM

I'd call the supervisor of the bus driver and go from there.....

by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:44 PM

Quoting taminick32:

Where are these kids parents? Why aren't they waiting for the bus with them? They are only elementary kids right?

Quoting Anonymous:

Report him.  My house is a bus stop of sorts cause the bus doesn't go down one road and there are a lot of kids standing in my driveway, it is my property, I reserve the right to get on to any one of those kids if they aren't behaving and have done so, I had one who would throw rocks into the road and at his brother.  Even if you was getting on to another kid that's none of the driver's beeswax.

When we 1st moved here they were all elementary kids now it's middle to high school and it's gone from 9 kids to 4 kids other than my 3.  The mother of 2 of them works and  drives to the end of the road "Rock Lick' which is right across from my driveway and let's them out,  the other mother does sit at the end of the road and wait.  This is out in the country we don't have official bus stops but the bus won't go down rock lick cause it turns to gravel about a mile back so my driveway is just a conveniant place to bring the kids, I'm okay with it as long as they behave.

by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:46 PM
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 I would just ignore it.  I've been known to shout at the kids at our bus stop for being out of control, cussing, running on the ice, walking the bridge that is at least 10 feet drop to a shallow creek.  Most days I am the only adult out there.  No one has had a problem with it yet and I don't care if they do.  I've even walked kids home and had talk with their parents.

by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:51 PM

Hahaha, wow. If anything like this happens to me I'm gonna just shhh them like they're a newborn fussing. :)

Quoting LCWAmommy:

Wow! I had some crazy bitch try to start crap with me once because while I was waiting at Te bus stop with my kids (the only parent out there) some bigger kids where screwing around and knocked down a little boy and stepped in his fingers. I helped him up and said hey you guys is this how you are supposed to behave while waiting for the bus knock it off before someone gets hurt. Then I told the bus driver that the little boy had been knocked down. After school some mom got in my face telling me that her daughter said I yelled at her yadda yadda yadda. I said " I didn't yell at anyone but I did tell some kids to stop messing around messing around because they knocked a kindergartener down. If your daughter felt I was speaking to her maybe she feels guilty, if you don't want other people talking to your children maybe you should come to the bus stop and supervise your child" then I waddled my
Very pregnant ass away lol

by Gold Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:56 PM
I personally would of gone to the school and turned the driver in. He/she put you and your children in an unsafe situation. The parents had been misinformed, and believed the worse (even though they should of been watching their kids). He lied about you and put your family in danger. Not okay!
by Silver Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 1:13 PM

 You know more and more stories I read on schools makes me want to homeschool more and more in all honesty!

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