actually apart from point 3, which was a bit unfortunate, you can justify all the others
1- it's good for children to see that you have a breaking point, maybe next time she'll get in the car 2 - I never fill in ds' bloody reading journal-he's 9 and has been free reading for ages- although according to the school he should only choose books from the BROWN level -grrr so YANBU
RR are pointless. I fill ds1's in EVERY FUCKING NIGHT and they still send him home with either; no book or the wrong level book. They are being arseholes.
I think its important that our dc see us loose our cool sometimes and see that we get upset/angry. Makes us seem more "human" to them, I think!
I will see you your faults and raise you my own;
My ds1 - aged 8 - is still having problems with literacy. Despite me trying to help him/teach him at home since he was 5. He is now being assessed for asd and dyslexia. Pretty shit mothering by anyones standards
Reality Score ! = teaching failure, not parenting failure and teacher is uppity wench. Score 2 = being modest and not up your own arse Score 3 = going to traumatise dd and she will need therapy forever, NOT!
Becarooo, it is not bad parenting if your ds's brain is wired differently. Get him the help he needs, that's all you can do.
I have managed to produce 3 dyslexic sons. All were summer born so I really did let them down! The youngest is now 15 and just finished his GCSEs. He hopes to do maths, physics, chemistry and may be PE post 16. Just hope he passes english.
It is really hard work for them but they have to learn to work at things. Some of the DC who were so far ahead in primary didn't put the effort in. They had been told they were G&T and ended up in lower groups for GCSEs