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to ban ds from his friends house

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two2many Tue 14-Jul-09 13:19:57

ds (10) had a row with his pal a few weeks ago , they were in his pals house & playing the xbox , a row broke out & my ds put the xbox controller on a shelf & went to leave the house , the other boy banged his fist on the shelf(he has ADD & is an only child & losses his temper very easily) anyway the controller smashed down onto the floor , this boy is blaming my ds on breaking it but my ds swears he didn't break it , now this other boy robbed my ds scooter & threw it away on him as a form of revenge hmm i walked over to the playground & asked for the scooter back , he went & got it for me, threw it towards me & told me to f### off [angry} now my ds & him have made friends again & yesterday the boy apologised to me but AIBU not to let my ds into this child's house just in case he gets accused of breaking anything else ,

kittywise Tue 14-Jul-09 13:21:32

I would see how it goes personally. If this was a one off then ok, if he happens again, well, review the situation.

GooseyLoosey Tue 14-Jul-09 13:22:29

I think at 10 you kind of have to go with what your ds wants but point out the potential downside to him. Not easy though.

hobbgoblin Tue 14-Jul-09 13:24:57

Depends if you really can tolerate your DS playing with someone who exhibits that degree of direspect and unpleasantness.

two2many Tue 14-Jul-09 14:22:30

to be honest i was glad that ds hasn't been playing with this boy for the last few weeks as this boy is often extremely rude to his parents & my ds has witnessed this child calling his mother a cu#t & sticking his fingers up to his dad etc ,
my ds was shocked that he does this to his parents but even more shocked that his parents seem to ignore what he does ,
he is always starting fights while out playing , i feel bad though because yesterday his mother invited my ds in to their house but my ds told her out straight he was not allowed in there in case he gets accused in the wrong again blush

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