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why do people think...

Posted by on Mar. 4, 2015 at 4:20 PM
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That rules don't apply to them or their kids?

My son had hippo therapy today and just as we were getting started this kid about 12 years old came running up on my son's horse and caused the horse to spook and rear up a bit. (LUCKILY the therapist and side walkers all had their hands on my son), but any ways the therapist asked the kid where his mom was and he just stood there yelling that it was his turn to ride. When the therapist told him that it wasn't his time yet and asked where his mom was the boy took off running for the main building with the therapist going after him. Come to find out the mom thought his session was at 1030 instead of 1130. (Honest mistake. I get that)

The thing that got us was the fact that she thought it was ok just to send her sn son out to the barn alone. Knowing that in the contracts that we sign that she is supposed to escort him out to the barn and be present for the whole session. Because of her laziness my son almost got seriously hurt. I was Livid and still am. The therapist canceled their session because of the whole ordeal. The mom was livid and making a scene as we left. But I am glad the therapist took care of the situation.

Some parents just get me how they think their precious snowflake is above the rules.

Just because your kid has a sn doesn't make them incapable of following rules. My son has cp and is 7 with the mentality of a 3 year old and knows how to follow simple safety rules.
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