This week at Momversation we talked about Bullying, Bullicide and a mother’s responsibility to her kids and the kids around her.
Mindy recently confronted her daughter’s bullies. At school. On the yard.
When Jane was in second grade she didn’t get along very well with another little girl. There was no campaign to harass, there was no ganging up on anyone, it wasn’t bullying, it was just two kids not really liking each other. Jane came home from school, at age seven, freaked out because the little girl’s mother had “talked” to Jane on the yard, telling her that she was mean, that she was going to be in trouble, and that she had to be nice to her daughter.
Jane still hates that kid.
I might have promised the mother that I’d, “shove her Mercedes up her ass if she ever so much as looked at my daughter again.” or I might not have.
But I think y’all know that I probably did.
With that in mind, here is this week’s Momversation
Well? Do you? I’m sure no one is surprised to find out that I do not. We’ve talked about this a little bit before, in fact, I don’t even care if my kids are rude to strangers. Nope. Really, don’t care one iota.
I really want to know what you think about it. I remember having to hug Aunts and Uncles and they were horrible and old and smelly… come to think of it, I’m not even sure they were aunts or uncles.