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post #31 of 36 Old 11-19-2012, 03:17 PM
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^Same here. Mostly old pics. Perhaps we should start a thread in the Saloon for kiddo pics?

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post #32 of 36 Old 11-19-2012, 03:42 PM
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^Same here. Mostly old pics. Perhaps we should start a thread in the Saloon for kiddo pics?
I was thinking the same thing.

Oh and Fly- I'm already finding notes and drawings from the girls in his class stuffed into his backpack.
It doesn't help that he is nice to girls too and won't pull their hair. Actually, he is actually nice to everyone, so the girls think he is great!

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Oh and Fly- I'm already finding notes and drawings from the girls in his class stuffed into his backpack.
It doesn't help that he is nice to girls too and won't pull their hair. Actually, he is actually nice to everyone, so the girls think he is great!
You're in trouble.
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Yes, must teach hair pulling. BAD PARENT!

(But then the girls will get into the bad boy mode... YOU CAN'T WIN!)
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post #35 of 36 Old 11-19-2012, 09:48 PM
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Yes, must teach hair pulling. BAD PARENT!

(But then the girls will get into the bad boy mode... YOU CAN'T WIN!)
I've Tried!! *hands on hips and looks defensive*
But he lectures me and says, "Mom! It's not nice to be a bully to other people! Now you need detention!"

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"Mom?"
"Yes kiddo?"
"What's detention?"
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(My moms writing this) Yes! It's totally fine. I have an only child and she's just fine. I too got nervous when she was so close to me, but it dosen't make a change in behavior. As long as you discipline and make sure they aren't completely spoiled (A little bit, as in buying them a little stuff, is okay ;) You just need to make sure they don't take the whole way.

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