The other day we went to the new mall in town so our 2 1/2 year could play in the new play area there. It was a Sunday and it was a packed house.
Have you ever seen several dozen kids ranging from 1 year to 10 years old running around on a playground? It’s sheer madness and it demands that parents have a keen eye and be very aware of the potential hazards.
What happens when someone elses child is misbehaving and you’re the only one who witnesses it? Do you take it upon yourself to correct that child? What if the other parent(s) don’t agree with what you’ve said?
This is the question I explore in this episode of Don’t Panic! with Adam W. Warner.
This is Adam W. Warner of the don't panic podcast. I'm recording on my iPhone using an old app called recorder. I've simply got my headphones plugged in and here I go I'm talking away.
So there's been a few things on my mind. It's been about a week or more, two weeks actually I think since the first episode. One of the things that's been on my mind that I'd like your feedback on is this disciplining other kids while at the play area.
but was on weekends so there were tons of kids and there was this little area euros could get a Lambo I guess and some girl jumped off the edge into the inside area where there were a couple of kids including my son and she knocked over a couple of kids by accident completely my accident but there was another kid an older boy sitting on top of the ledge and when the two kids who fell so I didn't want anybody to get hurt rent so he looked at me he didn't say anything and then the little girl who had fallen came back kind back up and said I'm sorry and I looked at her and I so know you don't have to be sorry was an accident no one got hurt I've done the same thing and another parent had looked at him and told him note taking in probably the way I said it very sternly so I don't know how I feel about thatBaby I’m in right I don’t know this parenting thing is sweet tweet take a day at a time so if you can share your thoughts on the blog posts and comments I would appreciate that memo take the conversation from there