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What would you do in these situations?

1. At a playdate, another mom scolds your child....and not in a nice way.

2. At a playdate, the mom of a child who is misbehaving is doing nothing to discipline him even though he's hitting other kids.

This came up in a conversation with a friend the other day. So what would you do in these scenarios?

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Great questions!

#1. I'm an upfront kind of gal...I'm straight up and honest, but polite at the same time. There is a fine line there LOL

I would say to her, " Dude why so rough man?" and we would probably leave.

#2 I would tell her "Hey your kid John just hit Lily" if she didn't do anything about it, I would go and talk to Johnny, hey I see you're hitting are you mad about something? If he's just being bad for the sake of being bad I would ask him to go for a time out, or tell the other kids hey how about we all go over HERE away from Johnny and play until Johnny can be nice?

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