Disciplining your kids – who’s right? What’s best?

Posted by Dani Gurrie in Blog on Tue, Jul 17, 2012

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Dani Gurrie is the founder of Tots2Tweens, a wife to Ashley and mom to Cooper and Brodie. She spends most of her days trying to find the ultimate kids-related thing that mom's will love...just to share it with her world.



2 Responses to “Disciplining your kids – who’s right? What’s best?”

  1. Oh my gosh – I just read this comment:

    “Oh yeah, that’s great parenting. (sarcasm) What the hell’s the matter with you people? This dad should be sterilized, then jailed. When the kid wet his bed did he have to stand on the street with his yellowed sheets and a sign saying, “I’m a bed wetter”? When he doesn’t win a sporting event, does he hold a sign saying, “I’m a loser”? This is sickening. This is why there should be some sort of license to parent. Of course, if there were, there would be a total of 11 kids living in the United States. I hope in a few years the kid is holding a sign saying, “I Staved My Dad’s Head in with a Claw Hammer.” Shame on that awful man, shame on you for endorsing child abuse, and shame on all people who “liked” this. For Christ’s sake.”

    —-Child Abuse? Seriously?? JAILED AND STERILIZED?? Oh my goodness. Comparing bed wetting (involuntary), losing a sporting event (uncontrollable) with Lying??? Saying that the kid should later kill their father in retribution for parenting – I am dumb-founded.

  2. I think that this girl will probably not lie to her father anymore. it is no different than finding your child has put a pack of gum in his or her pocket at the store and making then go back in to return it. Of course they are embarrassed, that is why they will most likely not do it again. i don’t see anything wrong with this at all except the daughter lied. I guess some people forget the root of the picture.