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To think she's a idiot.

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Altinkum Sun 21-Apr-13 09:22:05

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snooter Sun 21-Apr-13 22:27:12

"Internal bleeding" she's fussing about. It will have been a little cut just inside the fleshy part of the ear, long since healed up without any adverse consequences, unless a toy hoover has some sort of sharp prong that could go right down the lughole. This woman sounds very odd & a complete pain.

simplesusan Sun 21-Apr-13 22:45:54

You have done the right thing telling this mother that your ds will not be playing with her ds.

I would stop all out of school contact immediately. If your ds is invited to another friend's house, I would ask if this child is going and if so say sorry, he can't come and then explain why. I would let all the parents know that your ds is not allowed to be left alone with this child and then it is upto them to make up their own minds.
Go into school and explain the situation, ask that they keep an eye out.

Now tell your ds that it is not ok to hit, ever.

Also start and socialise away from this group. Try out activities away from school. I agree with the poster who mentioned scouts. let your ds experience a new, peaceful, calm side to life. Encourage other activities. Tbh I would not have let it get this far, I would have removed my dc from this terrible situation earlier.

pigletmania Sun 21-Apr-13 23:05:56

Tbh I would tell the parent and have little to do with her and her ds

Altinkum Mon 22-Apr-13 07:01:20

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Altinkum Mon 22-Apr-13 07:02:54

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Altinkum Mon 22-Apr-13 07:07:40

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Jinty64 Mon 22-Apr-13 07:11:58

You don't need to lose your other friends. Make a point of inviting them over, just don't invite the other Mum. You may miss out on some things but, if you invite some of them individually, I'm sure you will be invited back.

hairtearing Mon 22-Apr-13 10:43:14

My god what an awful attitude, I've had aggression issues with a DC in the past and the best is to talk top them ask them why etc,

I also heavily judge so called parents who swear around/about kids its says a lot about their moral compass.

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