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Thread started 04/10/17 11:44am

ThisOne

My kids have all grown up

And life revolves around them more than ever b4
I just can't keep up
It's weird because i always imagined having nothing to do when they would b this age - but Its the complete opposite

I can't remember putting so much pressure on my parents to do things for me ,
But my kids r always on their computers and phones and r very lazy!

Am I the only parent going through this?
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Reply #1 posted 04/10/17 4:12pm

PeteSilas

i'm not a parent but these kids are fucked.

Prince.org: With fans like these he didn't need haters.
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Reply #2 posted 04/11/17 1:06am

EmmaMcG

My daughter is still quite young, she's just finishing up her first year of school, so I still have all that to look forward to. I'm not anticipating much problems when she's older though. Fair enough, she's only 5 but she helps me out a lot already when I'm doing housework and such. Now, I normally end up having to redo everything she does but she tries.
And it's probably BECAUSE I'm expecting very little trouble with her that I'm really going to get it in the neck when she's older. Knowing my luck, she'll probably turn out to be a complete terror. smile
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Reply #3 posted 04/11/17 6:24am

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pat

There is a generational problem with youngsters and their view of the world. It's definitely a first-world issue, as they really have no cares nor concerns AND we coddle them.

I want to make plans to take mine to Honduras next year "on vacation" and show them how the other half lives...make them a bit more grateful and considerate of the things that they have.

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Reply #4 posted 04/11/17 12:57pm

ThisOne

PurpleJedi said:

pat

There is a generational problem with youngsters and their view of the world. It's definitely a first-world issue, as they really have no cares nor concerns AND we coddle them.

I want to make plans to take mine to Honduras next year "on vacation" and show them how the other half lives...make them a bit more grateful and considerate of the things that they have.




Maybe once they start really experimenting life things will change
Now trey just live in a bubble
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Reply #5 posted 04/12/17 7:04am

domainator2010

PurpleJedi said:

pat

There is a generational problem with youngsters and their view of the world. It's definitely a first-world issue, as they really have no cares nor concerns AND we coddle them.

My FUCKING ASS. The people who have it easy are the rich kids here in India!! Kids in the West have it MUCH harder.

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Reply #6 posted 04/12/17 7:07am

domainator2010

...and why people HAVE kids in the first place, I'll never understand. But I've told you guys that before.... smile

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Reply #7 posted 04/14/17 6:21pm

XxAxX

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i think once you're a parent you're *always* a parent!

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Reply #8 posted 04/15/17 2:14pm

ThisOne

domainator2010 said:

...and why people HAVE kids in the first place, I'll never understand. But I've told you guys that before.... smile



I wonder if your parents agree lol
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Reply #9 posted 04/16/17 6:01am

domainator2010

Seeing as how I turned out, they probably do! lol

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Reply #10 posted 04/16/17 7:16am

Ingela

PurpleJedi said:

pat

There is a generational problem with youngsters and their view of the world. It's definitely a first-world issue, as they really have no cares nor concerns AND we coddle them.

I want to make plans to take mine to Honduras next year "on vacation" and show them how the other half lives...make them a bit more grateful and considerate of the things that they have.

I was hoping you were going to say and leave them there.

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Reply #11 posted 04/17/17 9:52am

TD3

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domainator2010 said:

...and why people HAVE kids in the first place, I'll never understand. But I've told you guys that before.... smile

And yet you were born... wink I'm teasing a bit but thing about it. Would you rather not be alive? lol Some people are smart enougth to know they don't want children and that's just fine but... biggrin

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Reply #12 posted 04/27/17 9:08pm

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Ingela said:

PurpleJedi said:

pat

There is a generational problem with youngsters and their view of the world. It's definitely a first-world issue, as they really have no cares nor concerns AND we coddle them.

I want to make plans to take mine to Honduras next year "on vacation" and show them how the other half lives...make them a bit more grateful and considerate of the things that they have.

I was hoping you were going to say and leave them there.

lol lol lol

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