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Look what some ratbag did to poor dd1..............

(33 Posts)
lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 14:39:24

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QueenOfQuotes Mon 04-Jul-05 14:40:43

ouch - poor little thing

Gomez Mon 04-Jul-05 14:41:29

Ohh the wee scone!

MrsDoolittle Mon 04-Jul-05 14:41:35

What a nasty little toad!!

jessicaandbumpsmummy Mon 04-Jul-05 14:41:40

awww hun, give her a big hug and kiss from me.... some kids are SO naughty.

kid Mon 04-Jul-05 14:42:08

Ahh, poor little thing. The dad should have at least appologised on his sons behalf, plus they should have left not you.

NomDePlume Mon 04-Jul-05 14:42:21

Did you have a word with the parents ? I'd have been bloody livid.

lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 14:43:41

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Caligula Mon 04-Jul-05 14:44:18

What a stupid daddy. I'd speak to the playleader and ask her to remind everyone, neutrally, to remember to supervise their kids properly please!

jessicaandbumpsmummy Mon 04-Jul-05 14:44:30

So wrong.... if your child hurts another, even in a situation where it wasnt deliberate, as a parent, you ALWAYS appologise.... surely?!

lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 14:48:39

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handlemecarefully Mon 04-Jul-05 15:09:23

Good grief. Stunned by the indifference of the other daddy.

Actually I would have waded in and told off the 3yr old boy myself - but not for a moment advocating this (I'm a hothead). I think Caligula's advice is sensible.

lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 15:13:16

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handlemecarefully Mon 04-Jul-05 15:15:08

Fwiw I think you should show this photo to the Soft Play organiser too.

handlemecarefully Mon 04-Jul-05 15:15:45

Incidentally, cute little girl

tarantula Mon 04-Jul-05 15:17:10

Oh dear poor wee dote. Hate when parents are like that. was the dad aware of what was happening? I find that sometimes some men are less aware of their surrounding than they may seem and need to be told whats going on with their kids. Sure Ive read/watched something about this somewhere (specific me arent I?) Have to say I keep a closer eye on kids that are with their dads as they often feel that they can get away with things that they wouldnt get away with with their mums around (Isnt that a terrible thing to admit esp with dp beig a SAHD). Ill jsut slink off to the spider hating thread now (bows head in shame)

lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 15:22:22

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lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 15:28:45

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lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 17:26:35

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Pixiefish Mon 04-Jul-05 17:58:50

i've stopped going to one locally as a lot of parents sat drinking coffee while their kids ran riot, pushing and shoving the smaller kids. go to a different one now where parental supervision is excellent and its much more fun. your poor dd lockets

lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 18:05:55

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lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 18:53:22

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lockets Mon 04-Jul-05 22:25:14

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MarsLady Mon 04-Jul-05 23:12:38

awwwwwwwwwww poor baby!

Slave2Babe Tue 05-Jul-05 09:56:28

poor little love!

my dd got bullied at one of the baby and toddler groups we went to at half-term. an older kid (about 6-7) that should have known better kept taking toys off her (which i just let go at first cos it wasnt hurting her). i kept lookin to the mum expecting her to do something. then when dd (8 months) went to take something she was playing with, she hit her on top of the head - quite hard - and still this mother did nothing. i knew she'd seen it cos when i looked at her she was watching!

i lost my rag, picked dd up to comfort her, told the little girl off and had a go at the mother ...

we dont go there anymore

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