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By  xxbvbsusanxx  |  21

I take it since you said "first real sentence", your son isn't old enough to be told something isn't okay to say? I'm sorry OP, that sounds really horrible, but also kind of funny. :) I'm sure it won't last for a long time, he'll find something else to say.

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By  xxbvbsusanxx  |  21

I take it since you said "first real sentence", your son isn't old enough to be told something isn't okay to say? I'm sorry OP, that sounds really horrible, but also kind of funny. :) I'm sure it won't last for a long time, he'll find something else to say.

By  BecauseImAwesome  |  4

Sounds like you should give him a swat or two. That taught me which words not to say.

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  cakefete2  |  29

That's the time that it's easiest to teach them. It saves them so much trouble in the future, when the weight of their actions bear down fully on their shoulders. I can honestly say that there have been two spankings that have saved my life.

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  blazingshot147  |  19

#35 if you don't discipline the child for saying some thing he's not supposed to, he might grow up to be a stubborn and extremely rebellious child. However I do agree that the parent should just do a quick bop on the mouth and full fledged smack the one who taught the kid it. Honestly I don't get why people think swat to a child means hitting him to the next town, not like a small bop to the mouth or top of the head. Sure as heck worked for me.

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  jazzy_123  |  20

exactly Just teach the child that it's not OK to say that. I never understood why people found it cute or okay for children to say bad words. My sister's friend says 'F*** you' to his niece and she sticks up the middle finger and says it back. that's not attractive of him to teach her that. She's only like 3 or 4!

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  cakefete2  |  29

Suppose the child heard mommy say "that's some good shit."? To a child, they might take it literally. Anyone who has dealt with kids knows that children tend to pay attention when we don't necessarily want them to.

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