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By Username / Monday 13 September 2010 01:38 / France
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  Elicy1984  |  0

I can't see the FML-situation here? 3year olds are testing all limits, so yes.. if she wants to find out the hard way if you meant it or not, let her.. or him, the child that is..

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  rallets  |  22

Shouldve said "oh its already been brung" and slap the shit out of her self-righteous ass. let the wrath of 1000 angry gods rain fury on her without mercy. NO SURVIVORS.

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  Sonfang  |  19

That's when you don't wait for them to mess up, you take action immediately and spank her, then time out... OP I didn't always like my parents, but I grew up with respect for them knowing when I mess up there's punishments for it... good luck OP

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  sne7688  |  0

omg, that's true. haha.... yah! now I'm no longer of being a mother in the future. I tell u, it's not only my nieces and nephews that have "lip". Even my dog has attitude. Lol

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  LoosechangeX  |  0

OP do not bother with anything anyone said that replied to one if they were not commenting on one. Everyone above this comment just craves attention so really they have problems and do not matter. "Everybody knows the only people who need crave attention as much as first comment replyers is 16 year old girls and Harley Riders."

By  Danizzle024  |  0

First.And but her on her place!

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  dreamr13  |  0

You should've looked that snivelly little brat in the eyes and said, "It's on." and proceeding to "bring it" like it's never been brought before. That's what real parents who aren't afraid to be parents do.

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  PYLrulz  |  17

so you assume op is gutless, and didn't bring it? also heard of kids say the darndest things? I'm sure some of you at a young age didn't say something smart

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  Mirorbo  |  26

Fuhohoho....I think you've made your point, Z. And PYLrulz, if OP had to make this an FML, I am going to actually assume they did nothing to adjust their little darling's attitude.

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  MadamGeek  |  0

I really do hope some of the people commenting are joking, and realize the difference between a spanking and an actual 'beating'. There is a difference. It's part of a parents job to restrain themselves.To have a controlled temper. To learn WHEN and to learn when to stop. The reason people are so down on spanking is because parents, I admit, do take it way to far sometimes. Or the word 'abuse' is too quickly thrown into the mix. Time-outs are a perfectly acceptable form of punishment, but, a quick swat on the behind wont kill them either. A quick swat never filled me with killing rage or a feelings of violence or hatred. For being a 'spanked' child, I'm actually quite a nice and polite person and was considered an overachiever in school. My parents received many compliments on my attitude. I do not at ALL, see myself as an abuse victim. Half the time, I can't even remember all the spankings, let alone cry out 'abuse' over them. I've seen the no-spanking parenting method, and it worked great on one, and was useless on another. I've seen the spanking method - same results. Regardless of which method you use, most kids will grow-up and do whatever they want to do anyway. Really, we have no right to judge other parents parenting styles so harshly. When really, it's all just over a little swat on the behind. -Sorry for the LONG LONG LONG rant.-

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  xiaoxaio  |  5

i agree and if you hit them, it's "child abuse" but as RayWilliamJohnson says it " if they deserve the ass whoopin it aint child abuse" i no so many kids at my school that need to be hit by thier parents.

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