To never invite this annoying little brat round again

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LolaTheDarkdestroyer Tue 16-May-17 17:31:44

Dds friend (9) is round for dinner... know she is a fussy fucker but her mum did tell me she eats anything. Cue today Shepard pie , after picking all the peas out of the damn thing she proceeds to sit at the table making super loud ewww, and yuck noises, while moaning she doesn't like it. There are 5 other kids sat round the table ffs.

She had also completely ignored anything my dd has wanted to do and just buggered off with the other kids, keeps just picking my newborn up without asking, moaning to play on my iPad and get the rabbits out when it's pissing down. I could go on I actually had to leave the room while dinner was happening!
Never known anything like it!

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becausebecausebecause Sat 20-May-17 02:22:06

OP YANBU. Some people will tie themselves in knots to take apart your rational objections and language but your revulsion at this rude and obstreperous behaviour is totally justified. Some parents clearly cannot face the truth that they're raising brats.

TheySayIamparanoid Sat 20-May-17 02:12:04

My DGDs are 5 and they know right from wrong, as do their friends I've seen them with.
9 is more than old enough to have been taught good manners and to know how to behave!

LolaTheDarkdestroyer you are right to be horrified at this girls behaviour.
If this situation ever happens again you'll at least be prepared!
Personally, I would've called the parents to collect after the first ignored warning!

LolaTheDarkdestroyer Sat 20-May-17 00:16:16

All good then.

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MagicTractor Sat 20-May-17 00:13:49

But we would be cool though, I wouldn't send him to yours.

MagicTractor Sat 20-May-17 00:09:46

I'm not a shit parent, but sometimes when I'm not around to supervise my son gets overexcited and behaves badly.

LolaTheDarkdestroyer Sat 20-May-17 00:01:25

I can't I'm loving ithmm

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LolaTheDarkdestroyer Sat 20-May-17 00:00:56

And she was told..about the baby and other things. A couple of things I didn't know about until she had gone.

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kali110 Fri 19-May-17 23:59:26

Op, stop engaging wink

LolaTheDarkdestroyer Fri 19-May-17 23:57:28

Oh ffs, she did that stuff before I could stop her. Why the fuck would I be watching her constantly even if I am in the same room? I've admitted I didn't know how to handle the situation as I've never been in that situation with someone else kid!

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DixieNormas Fri 19-May-17 23:18:43

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DixieNormas Fri 19-May-17 22:59:20

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FrancisCrawford Fri 19-May-17 22:42:19

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Willow2017 Fri 19-May-17 22:31:31

The child is her daughters friend not some kid she plucked off the street!

Who the hell follows 9yr olds around the house? I have enough to do in the house without a new baby, I expect 9yr olds to play properly and not throw toys downstairs etc Plus after being told the first time to leave the baby alone she kept trying to do it even when op was in the room so the supervision arugment breaks down there.

OP had activities set up for them but the child wouldnt do them. 9 year olds should be able to play in the garden without an adult hovering over them surely?

LolaTheDarkdestroyer Fri 19-May-17 22:30:57

I'm loving it? Fuck off.

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LolaTheDarkdestroyer Fri 19-May-17 22:30:18

And obviously I expected/relied on her having manners and behaving, she is 9 ffs. And as for bringing my dc with sn into it one wasn't even here and the other was here for ten minutes before going out..ten minutes in which he got shouted at and slapped by this little weirdo.

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DixieNormas Fri 19-May-17 22:27:22

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LolaTheDarkdestroyer Fri 19-May-17 22:23:58

Where have I said they were in supervised other than in the garden, which is safe and secure, and partner was in the kitchen. I was in the room when she kept picking baby up, baby was in her bouncy chair. I was upstairs when she started throwing cars down the stairs,
I was obviously on the room when she was making vile noises. But like I said I can't follow a child round the house. What bollocks.

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Plumbuddle Fri 19-May-17 21:48:13

But why rely on any old 9YO to have manners and respect your baby/young son re hamster, when you do not know that 9YO? Better to have a level of adult supervision in the entire home that prevents this happening. I really can't see why the issue is the 9YO and not safety measures in your home. As a parent of SEN children one just is constantly aware for the need for supervision and management, I don't get it that it's ok to leave any unknown 9YO wandering around influencing smaller children without that. The red flags were there from the outset.

LolaTheDarkdestroyer Fri 19-May-17 21:13:05

No my kids aren't angels..but they have manners and respect for other people's homes.

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KarlosKKrinkelbeim Fri 19-May-17 20:17:00

I very much doubt that someone who thinks it's ok to describe a kid the way the op has is rearing angels herself, candidly
Not v nice at all

Bunnyfuller Fri 19-May-17 19:57:13

And this is what's wrong - instead of focusing on the child's appalling behaviour posters fight about the language. No doubt the parents have that mindset too, and one by one she won't be invited anywhere. Then it'll be poor little ...... When did it become ok for kids to be rude to adults?

FrancisCrawford Fri 19-May-17 19:19:46

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Mummyoflittledragon Fri 19-May-17 18:35:58

As I said I will agree to disagree.

FrancisCrawford Fri 19-May-17 18:23:57

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Mummyoflittledragon Fri 19-May-17 17:49:22

I summarised your objection to the word berated for ease of writing rather than to misrepresent your objection. Whatever the words used, my objection remains the same and I wouldn't have objected had the op spoken about brattish behaviour. Anyway this is turning into right fighting and I'll agree to disagree.

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