136
SaintGoobers Say more :
Hey Buddy, this is the first time Ady has ever cussed, or at least with me viewing it. She claims that her Father was singing the songs so she thought she would sing with him. I will be talking to her dad! Lol.
By SaintGoobers - / Monday 6 October 2014 20:24 / United States - Cambridge
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
By  pizzzah  |  9

She's five, dude, you as a parent should do your job

Comments
Reply

Try to correct her language, teach her some non offensive parodys and encourage her to come up with her own. We used to have about twelve verses for we three kings when I was a kid, can't remember them now. There's always the British Classic, "hark the herald angels sing, Wallis Simpson stole our king".

By  pizzzah  |  9

She's five, dude, you as a parent should do your job

Reply
  tigerisabelle  |  31

while I generally agree, 5 year olds don't really understand what those words mean, and if you tell them not to say the words, they usually say them more. Best thing to do is to rationally explain that those are "mean" words, but if you yell at her everytime she says one, she won't stop.

Reply
  TheMathMajor  |  26

It's really not a terrible thing that she knows the words, as long as you teach her that they aren't polite and not to say them in public it's fine. Parents get way too riled up when their young kid says a "bad word." It's just a word, your kid is fine, haha

Reply
  SaintGoobers  |  19

Hey Buddy, this is the first time Ady has ever cussed, or at least with me viewing it. She claims that her Father was singing the songs so she thought she would sing with him. I will be talking to her dad! Lol.

By  Demon_of_Light  |  27

Sounds like someone has been teaching her fun new Christmas words. Maybe you should have a chat with her father?

Reply
  Demon_of_Light  |  27

I apologize if I was unclear. My comment wasn't intended to be sexist. I just gathered based on OP's disapproval that she didn't teach her daughter those words, so I looked for the next obvious influence in a young child's life. It had nothing to do with him being male.

Reply

how do you know the mother is saying it and not the father

Loading data…