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It says "shame on me for being a bully"
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by on Jan. 29, 2013 at 3:45 PM
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vickiheitzler
by on Jan. 29, 2013 at 5:14 PM
I love this!
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kate80
by on Jan. 29, 2013 at 5:15 PM
Nice. Betcha he'll think twice next time.
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AmyL3469
by on Jan. 29, 2013 at 5:20 PM

Apparently i'm just blind! LOL. 


Quoting Maks1mommy:

I wrote what it says under it.

Quoting AmyL3469:

I can't see it.. too small.


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Jessica_Esqueda
by on Jan. 29, 2013 at 5:51 PM
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Nahhh, nothing so complex :P 

Quoting harehelper:

Oh, sorry, I thought you were being sarcastic. Never mind! LOL

Quoting Jessica_Esqueda:

Uhh, yes. That's why I said I agree with it. 

Quoting harehelper:

You are supposed to feel shame when you are cruel to other people.

Quoting Jessica_Esqueda:

I don't often agree with these things. But it looks to me like she's just showing him what it feels like to be humiliated. Go mom!







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harehelper
by on Jan. 29, 2013 at 5:56 PM

Can I ask you something just out of curiosity? What would you use as a consequence of your child lying to you? I just caught my nine year old DD lying about sneaking sweets she isn't supposed to be eating.

Quoting Anonymous:

Again, I don't necessarily disagree with creating consequences for our kids when necessary, but I disagree with public humiliation as an acceptable consequence.

Quoting harehelper:

Do your children choose discipline for themselves, then? What about situations where there really aren't any "natural" consequences?

Quoting Anonymous:

I disagree. You don't need to use intimidation to teach your children. I firmly believe natural consequences are the best teacher and there's nothing natural about humiliating your child in public.



Quoting harehelper:

That would cover pretty much ALL forms of discipline.

Quoting Anonymous:

bullying


present participle of bul·ly





Verb


Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.





How is it not?





Quoting harehelper:

How does this qualify as bullying, though?

Quoting Anonymous:

I'm not sure teaching a kid not to be a bully by bullying him is an effective parenting method. It is quite hypocritical though.





BraydensMama163
by Ruby Member on Jan. 29, 2013 at 6:19 PM
My kids have moo BA lalala on their nabi tablets. Its cute how its interactive.

Quoting MooBaaLaLaLa80:


Yes!  Love those books. Probably more then my kids...


Quoting BraydensMama163:

Is your SN after the book?



Quoting MooBaaLaLaLa80:

I like it. 




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MooBaaLaLaLa80
by Silver Member on Jan. 29, 2013 at 6:50 PM

 I have 2 on my iPad.


Quoting BraydensMama163:

My kids have moo BA lalala on their nabi tablets. Its cute how its interactive.

Quoting MooBaaLaLaLa80:

 

Yes!  Love those books. Probably more then my kids...


Quoting BraydensMama163:

Is your SN after the book?



Quoting MooBaaLaLaLa80:

I like it. 

 


 


 

HotMomma2622
by Gold Member on Jan. 29, 2013 at 8:21 PM
He didn't care about the child he hurt. I would do it.

Quoting Anonymous:

I'm not into the whole public humiliation thing.
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