Re: Basically it's Friday!
I know what you are saying, Ru, but it's different when she's at home versus at school. Her behavior is disrespectful to the teachers, interrupts class time, and at times risks the safety of students. It's not just being annoying, LOL. She has to have consequences because she won't do it simply because she is supposed to. We still go through the discussions of what is appropriate behavior and why, and how her behavior breaks the rules of the school. But without consequences there is no change. That's not to say there aren't positive consequences for good behavior too, but in her mind, she pushes boundaries to see if she can do what she wants to do that is against the rules and get away with it.
Detroit-area SAHM to Rose 12/03
, Ginger 11/05
, and little Ian