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Just a bit of a moan here, I saw a mother pushing her pushchair with a 3/4yr old clinging on at the side, what I found really hard was the toddler was next to the road and was skipping around and holding her arms out into the road and I thought at one point she was going to fall into the road!  What is it with these brain dead parents, she really didn't give a sh*t that her child was messing around next to the road and didn't even tell her to stop sticking her arms out.  I really had to bite my tongue from telling her that it's not rocket science to keep your child safe and on the other side of the pushchair next to the houses.  I've seen her on a number of occasions too doing the same thing all the time.

 

That is bad . I feel like some parents are bad when they let their kids just run around or let them roam around the streets. In where I live, the kids are just let out to play, running in the road at really young age and I don't agree with it, nor does my mum. She wouldn't let my brother out to just run around like that. I doubt he'd even want to. A lot of them also let their kids go to school on their own and walk home on their own but my mum still always takes him to the gate and picks him up at the gate. Even although, it's not far at all, she still must make sure he's safe. 

 

 

I don't like most of my neighbours. There is a creepy teenage boy who lives opposite me and he is always hanging around outside our house :( The other neighbours are just old. Mostly, where I live is quiet. 

 

 

I am freezing today, as always. My mum is out today, she is usually at home on Mondays but she has gone to a funeral because her friend died last week. So, it's a bit awkward. I don't know what to say to her. I hope she doesn't come home crying or anything. 

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Arthur

Sofi it's very normal when your mom comes home to be sad and prob cry, and be sad for the next cuppe days or weeks. 

 

Oh and your mom would prob understand that this is awqward for you and you don't know what to say.

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That is bad . I feel like some parents are bad when they let their kids just run around or let them roam around the streets. In where I live, the kids are just let out to play, running in the road at really young age and I don't agree with it, nor does my mum. She wouldn't let my brother out to just run around like that. I doubt he'd even want to. A lot of them also let their kids go to school on their own and walk home on their own but my mum still always takes him to the gate and picks him up at the gate. Even although, it's not far at all, she still must make sure he's safe. 

 

 

I don't like most of my neighbours. There is a creepy teenage boy who lives opposite me and he is always hanging around outside our house :( The other neighbours are just old. Mostly, where I live is quiet. 

 

 

I am freezing today, as always. My mum is out today, she is usually at home on Mondays but she has gone to a funeral because her friend died last week. So, it's a bit awkward. I don't know what to say to her. I hope she doesn't come home crying or anything. 

I don't agree with letting children out or walking to school on their own.  I still walk Harry to school 3 mornings a week and he's 13, all the other times we can take him in the car and we can always pick him up in the car.  I did let him out to the shop the other day on his own, but it's only a 5min walk, but I was having a fit lol, he was saying 'mum I'll be fine'.  Luckily he doesn't do that very often, but I won't let him wonder the streets even in daylight let alone at night like some parents do.

 

Hopefully your mum will be fine, I guess it depends how close a friend she was.

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Sofi it's very normal when your mom comes home to be sad and prob cry, and be sad for the next cuppe days or weeks. 

 

Oh and your mom would prob understand that this is awqward for you and you don't know what to say.

 

Thank you Arthur. Yes - I think she will understand it's awkward for me and most likely will try to act okay. She tends to hide her emotions from me and I do the same... 

I hope you are having a good day Arthur. 

 

 

 

I don't agree with letting children out or walking to school on their own.  I still walk Harry to school 3 mornings a week and he's 13, all the other times we can take him in the car and we can always pick him up in the car.  I did let him out to the shop the other day on his own, but it's only a 5min walk, but I was having a fit lol, he was saying 'mum I'll be fine'.  Luckily he doesn't do that very often, but I won't let him wonder the streets even in daylight let alone at night like some parents do.

 

Hopefully your mum will be fine, I guess it depends how close a friend she was.

 

I would be having a fit too, if my mum let my brother go out on his own. Sometimes I feel like a mother, lol. Luckily, there are no shops in walking distance of my house. I live in the middle of nowhere, we must take the car to the shops. Oliver is not even interested to go out and play with these kids, thankfully. He only goes to a friend's house if it's been arranged with my mum and even that's not very often. He goes to a lot of sports clubs so he is socialising then. I worry a lot about him socialising because I just want him to have friends and be 'normal', not like me. I can tell a big difference in him than these wild kids who run around the streets but I wouldn't like him to be like that. He is shy and quiet and also very intelligent. I have seen him have some autistic behaviours, like me, but I think he might have just picked them up from me. 

 

I don't know, the friend was a bit close I guess. She recently got married because she knew she was about to die and my mum went to the wedding. Now, she's died. 

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Do you know what I hate, I'll post something on here and then forget which bit I put it in lol :wacko:

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Thank you Arthur. Yes - I think she will understand it's awkward for me and most likely will try to act okay. She tends to hide her emotions from me and I do the same... 

I hope you are having a good day Arthur. 

 

 

 

 

I would be having a fit too, if my mum let my brother go out on his own. Sometimes I feel like a mother, lol. Luckily, there are no shops in walking distance of my house. I live in the middle of nowhere, we must take the car to the shops. Oliver is not even interested to go out and play with these kids, thankfully. He only goes to a friend's house if it's been arranged with my mum and even that's not very often. He goes to a lot of sports clubs so he is socialising then. I worry a lot about him socialising because I just want him to have friends and be 'normal', not like me. I can tell a big difference in him than these wild kids who run around the streets but I wouldn't like him to be like that. He is shy and quiet and also very intelligent. I have seen him have some autistic behaviours, like me, but I think he might have just picked them up from me. 

 

I don't know, the friend was a bit close I guess. She recently got married because she knew she was about to die and my mum went to the wedding. Now, she's died. 

Your mum be have been preparing for this to happen if her friend knew she was dying, very sad though :(

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Sofi
Do you know what I hate, I'll post something on here and then forget which bit I put it in lol :wacko:

 

Yeah, I do that too. I've spent ages trying to look for something once, then I just gave up! I don't know if there's a way to show you everything you've posted in a list. Willow will probably know if there is. 

 

 

 

Your mum be have been preparing for this to happen if her friend knew she was dying, very sad though :(

 

Yes - I guess she knew it was going to happen. I am just hoping it's not awkward. We, most likely, won't speak about it.

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I don't know if there's a way to show you everything you've posted in a list. Willow will probably know if there is. 

If you look on your profile it should say 'Posts' on the left hand side, under your picture, in there it's a list of posts your made from newest to oldest. There's also an option to view the threads you've started which is above, called 'Topics'.

When you're on the page where it lists your posts, it only lists the 5 most recent, or thereabouts, so look to the top right and it says 'find content' - which is much more useful, you can search through it in various ways.

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Sofi

Thanks, Willow. Maybe your Mum will find that useful as well  :P

 

 

 

I am so cold but I've got to get dressed now before my mum gets home. I'll probably just be colder when I put my cold clothes on :( 

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I sleep to much woke up 11am and went back to sleep at 1pm to get up at 4pm.

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