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devonshiredumpling Thu 20-Oct-11 23:26:14

aibu to be really proud of my son who was the only child out of twenty to go up unprompted to each of the family who organised his friends party and said thank you (family was mum dad and both sets of grandparents) he is four

Proudnscary Thu 20-Oct-11 23:30:07

Oh God

pigletmania Thu 20-Oct-11 23:31:08

That's fantastic, obviously he has great parents smile

CocktailQueen Thu 20-Oct-11 23:31:33

No, that's lovely. Well done him!

But you are BU not to use any form of punctuation. Or capitals. Or full stops. grin

devonshiredumpling Thu 20-Oct-11 23:36:29

Sorry about that .I will go and stand in the corner with a dunce's cap on until I learn better wink

worraliberty Thu 20-Oct-11 23:37:42

That's lovely, you should be rightly proud.

I have to say though at that age I would expect no less

Though I do accept some kids have appauling manners at all different ages.

colken Fri 21-Oct-11 14:36:43

Yes, you ought to be pleased and proud. I hope there were other parents there who noticed and might give their children some lessons in manners.

ragged Fri 21-Oct-11 14:41:16

Some of us just have to be proud that our 4yo didn't thump anybody or wet his pants, instead.

DeWe Fri 21-Oct-11 14:41:17

How do you know? Did each of the other parents say so? confused

scottishmummy Fri 21-Oct-11 14:57:40

this is just a thinly veiled brag,a fish for compliments
maybe other children gave thank you cards.shy kids wouldnt approach adults to say thanks doesnt mean rude. there are more than one way to express gratitude and manners

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