By Anonymous - / Monday 10 August 2015 00:37 / United States - Plano
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  trollcrusher  |  17

Maybe she was just proud of her mother and wanted to show her off?

Okay, no, I can't sincerely make light of this. OP, it sounds like your daughter could use some stern words and perhaps some form of repercussion, depending on how deliberate she was in causing embarrassment for you.

  trollcrusher  |  17

@25 & 29

I've been around a lot of children that age, either from relatives or in a preschool environment (my sister is a teacher). I'm a little worried that you're so quick to dismiss that sort of behavior just because they're four years old. If you, as a parent, do not take on the responsibility of teaching your child right from wrong, as well as proper public behavior, your expectations are far too low. The appropriate thing to do as a parent is to firmly correct the behavior, in a way that you see fit, without being harsh.

  alisha0215  |  12

yes. and as a parent, 4 year olds are going to do stuff like that...they are suppose to because they are still learning right from wrong.i never said she shouldn't be corrected for doing that because it could happen agian or she could do it to someone else....but it doesnt make it any less funny.

  Mauskau  |  35

When I was a kid, I went to see one of those Santa people. Instead of saying what I wanted for Christmas, I pulled his beard off and shouted "HO HO HO!". My mum tried to embarrass me with it a few years ago, all I could think was how awesome I was and laughed at little me. Chances are, trying to embarrass OP's kid with this will not work. I for one would find it hilarious.


Trust me, when her daughter turns 13-14, she will most likely look back at this and be embarrassed. Maybe when she's older than 13-14, she'll laugh it off, but she'll most likely be embarrassed by that age.