By ChampionshipVinyl - 18/04/2012 06:57 - Canada - Orangeville
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YDI. next time hide it, or lock it, so your kids won't take it.
Not necessarily. My parents started leaving my siblings and me alone at home as soon as my oldest sister turned 10. (I was 8 and my brother 6.) Our grandmother was across the street, three cops lived on our street, and it was a safe neighborhood. We were mature enough to take care of ourselves, but we pulled some shenanigans.
#36 and how do you teach kids boundaries? .. Do you run through a list of every possible scenario and tell them whats wrong and what's right? Or do you wait till they do something wrong then let them know it wad wrong and punish accordingly? (and hope you caught them before too much damage was done)
I, too collect vinyl! However, when my kids were small, I kept my vinyl put away! Now that they're late teens, they'd never touch them! I taught mine to appreciate things like that! YDI for not teaching your kids to appreciate your collection! If they're young, YDI for not having someone watching them!!
Locking things up in your own home, that pose no danger to your children (covering my arse for the "Oh so you wouldn't lock up your guillotine if you had children in your house??!!" nazi's), is beyond ridiculous. ClosetTroll has it right. Most kids I know have no concept of value. Let the fuckers know; something that may seem worthless to them, may mean the world to another. The profile pic freaks me out every time man.
Why was no one watching your kids? If they're young enough to not know what's okay and what's not, they're young enough to need someone to watch them while you're at work.
As an avid collector of vinyl records, this story was hard for me to read without cringing. Conk the little bastards and smash their Beiber CDs as payback!