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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 Silver Member 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 Platinum Member 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┬Ěly





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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