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On Friday, June 03, 2016 at 1:48 PM, pzummo said:

My kids are only 4 and 6.  They are very good with their teachers, babysitters, and their friend's parents.  They listen and will sit calmly when they are supposed.  Meanwhile, my son can't sit still for 5 minutes when he's at home.  It's much different when they are your kids.  And no, it's not a good vs bad parenting thing.  

In my opinion, you should not run your house with your own kids the same way you would run a classroom of other people's kids.  What kids are allowed to do is much more fluid at home, while school is for learning, period.  What is permitted and not permitted is not as clear for children when they are with their parents, especially not at 4 years old.  For example, you should not discipline a 3 or 4 year old for going to the bathroom without raising their hand first.  They have a level of freedom to move about without having to ask for permission first.  It takes time for them to learn where the line is drawn, and they test those limits. 

Exactly. My daughter is a lot different at home compared to school. She doesnt talk back at all at school. Home is constantly getting into trouble for talking back

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On Friday, June 03, 2016 at 2:45 PM, mdrake34 said:


I was visiting my grandpa who had Hannity on the radio who was using the oppurtunity to bash the pro choice movement. Yes ......the Gorilla incident.


I think this election is making everyone dumber. :ninja: (moreso)

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