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CAN U REPORT YOURSELF TO SOCIAL SERVICES FOR MENTAL & PHYSICAL CRUELTY AND NEGLECT?

(77 Posts)
MrsFROSTgetful Mon 21-Feb-05 17:26:05

FEEL I HAVE DONE ALL THIS DURING HALF TERM.

ds2 had a major meltdown an hour ago- we were both in tears- i ended up telling him i wanted to walk out the door and not come back.

i know that i was wrong but i am so sick and tired of hearing his stamping down the stairs and dreading the look on his face.

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:28:07

may I join you ?

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:28:24

where shall we go?

MrsFROSTgetful Mon 21-Feb-05 17:29:22

WELL......we could simply start walking and see where we end up?

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:33:12

do you think we might make it to a pub on a sandy beach?

that'd be nice

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:33:29

an exclusive adults-only beach that is

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:33:50

an exclusive adult-females only beach

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:34:16

with Hugh Jackman as the barkeep?

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:34:41

we'd need lifeguards of course

and deckchair men

lailag Mon 21-Feb-05 17:35:27

Just reminds me of my (childless) sister who always comments about things she has seen or heard. Last week she rang me and told me about a grandma in the supermarket shouting at a child , saying "I don't like you anymore" Apparently the child responded "I don't like you either". Grandma then got ennoyed for the child shouting back at her.
"Well, wasn't that unprofessional behaviour of the grandma..."

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:37:11

is being a grandma a profession now then?

lailag Mon 21-Feb-05 17:39:02

O and while I am at it, she also lectured me on dummies:
Newborns should have silicone dummies, then when they are older latex, but when they are 3y old they should not have a dummie anymore."
Yes, sure, I know (and she knows) I give my 4 y old ds still a dummie at night time...Bad mum, I should report myself as well...

lailag Mon 21-Feb-05 17:42:55

well, I think she thinks that all parents should go on a course about "how to besome a good parent". I think they run courses like that in Sweden???

JoolsToo Mon 21-Feb-05 17:45:02

a good parent is one who does their very best for their children but sometimes makes mistakes

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:46:06

could a good parent be someone who knows there 9 month old's head is in a blue plastic box but doesn't care cos she's not screaming yet?

Twiglett Mon 21-Feb-05 17:46:22

arrrgghhh THEIR (the horror)

JoolsToo Mon 21-Feb-05 17:47:34

wait til she's tipping the potty on her head

sparklymieow Mon 21-Feb-05 17:52:27

I told my DD1 that I was going to get her adopted over the half term can't believe I said it TBH, she was just such a little cow and drove me nuts

Tortington Mon 21-Feb-05 17:55:24

i have told my 15year old i will ask for social services to remove him if he doesnt buck up. - either that or they can remove me - dya think it works that way?

happymerryberries Mon 21-Feb-05 17:58:35

I frequenly threaten to shoot kids in school, does that count? And when very provoked I tell them I will shove a board marker in one of their ears so hard it will come out the other side But in a kind and supportive way you understand.

JoolsToo Mon 21-Feb-05 17:59:03

can't you throw board rubbers at them these days hmb?

happymerryberries Mon 21-Feb-05 18:01:44

Nope, the glory days have gone!

I do tell them not to set fire to themselves because I can't be bothered to fill in the forms if they do! I also tell them I 'Will decend upon you like the wrath a God'....gotta do my best to be a character!

cornfield Mon 21-Feb-05 18:03:14

mine were running round earlier after school and I threatened to walk out and leave them beach club yeh!

Surfermum Mon 21-Feb-05 18:03:46

I'm a lifeguard! I'll watch over you.

Chocol8 Mon 21-Feb-05 18:05:54

Please...! Don't forget to take me too MrsF!

Also, please can we have Jude Law as a....em, well anything will do - barman, waiter, whatever!

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