- Posted by Anonymous 1
on 4/23/12 at 7:38am (3 likes)
She is in kindergarten doing multiplication and her step-brother who is the same age has been in in-school suspension 4 times and has seen a therapist for the past 3 years??? I'm sorry - I don't believe most of what you just wrote. It just sounds so extreme. ???
- Posted by notjstasocermom
on 4/23/12 at 7:42am
I think you're lying.
- Posted by momaof8
on 4/23/12 at 7:59am
I think you need to put your kids education first mom shouldn't be to busy maybe your son wouldn't be being held back
- Posted by SnookiBoo
on 4/23/12 at 9:00am (2 likes)
Your print is too small I can barely read it.... for such a long dragged out story.
- Posted by MommaRoseT
on 4/23/12 at 9:13am (2 likes)
Why don't you tell them both now that they can each be rewarded if they maintain a good track record until the end of school? That way the boy has something to work towards. My son was having a lot of issues completing his assignments in class and the teacher was worried he had ADHD and what not. We started a rewards chart with him which gave him a point for completing his assignments in each subject for the day. He had a chart that would show what reward he would get based on how many points he had at the end of each day. This worked wonders for him! This year he is in 2nd grade and doing awesome. His current teacher laughs at the thought that he was suspected at having ADHD. Boys and girls are VERY different so I am glad you say you don't compare them. I think you need to give the boy the chance to earn a reward along with your daughter. He may surprise you and then you can reward them both. Good luck!
- Posted by Anonymous 2
on 4/23/12 at 9:14am (2 likes)
She was sooo behind last year and is now doing multiplication? BS. If it is all true, the person who said you should put your children first and not be so busy is wrong. Your child has obviously thrived from your neglect. Have her raise the others, don't do anything nice for her, just let her raise the other children. Sounds like they'll be better off than if they're raised by you, your husband and your mother
- Posted by mommy_me
on 4/23/12 at 9:20am (1 like)
You should alwaysdo something special with your little ones :)
- Posted by Anonymous 3
on 4/23/12 at 9:54am
Do you really need to ask if you should do something special for your child?
- Posted by Rain2Rinse
on 4/23/12 at 10:00am (2 likes)You should reward your dd, she obviously deserves it. Your son is obviously suffering from the lack of attention/help he receives. He needs more of your time, and you need to figure out how to give it to him.
I really likes another poster's suggestion that you give him a way to earn a reward as well.
- Posted by RiotousDigits
on 4/23/12 at 10:01am (3 likes)
in the time you took to write this, you could have spent some time with your son.