I’m going to put this out there for all parents.
If your child is a bully and they mess with my kid, take this as a warning. My kid has just been given the talk. This talk is not about sex or drugs…this talk is about kicking ass.
If your child comes at my child in a bullying matter saying she is going to punch her, talking crap to her and being mean..this is what will happen from this day forward…
My child will give your child one..I repeat ONE warning. If the bully decides she is going to push the limit, then be fully prepared and know that my child will defend herself.
My child has full permission to defend herself. She knows now that she will not get in trouble for defending herself. Now this does not mean I have given my child free range to fight…this means she CAN and WILL defend herself if needed. She will not be a victim!
My child will be the better person by giving them a warning. But this is it. No more! I will not make my child suffer the wrath of a bully. Bullies are COWARDS! They have low self esteem and pick on others so they can seem cool. Once confronted a bully will usually back down and this is what I expect will happen in this situation. If however, they choose to strike my child, know that she will fight back and she will kick ass….just sayin’.
It really sucks that I have to say this. My child is nice as can be to everyone she meets. She goes out of her way to be nice to people. I’m sorry if it’s uncool to be a good kid and act your age. My daughter will not act immature and dress inappropriately. She is better than that. She is intelligent and has a larger vocabulary than most kids her age can grasp. So these kids deem that as uncool behavior. Whatever.
My kid is cool and I’m cooler than yer mama!
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