I'm not giving u a hard time but ur daughters need to have the same respect. I have a son an a daughter, my daughter can be a lot worse than my son. No matter the gender, kids have to learn respect.
Where I live, they’d have to put some real effort into destroying the bills though. We have polymer notes in Canada.
I know 😁 I live there too. Unless they get scissors lol
Hello fellow Canadian! What province do you live in?
Also Ontario. Toronto.
Lots of people from the Toronto area here. We can all say hi to each other from 6 feet away, lol.
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I like this idea.
I like it when kids act like elderly, it same as babies taking care of smaller babies and they act like they know everything it's cute😂
I would be very serious with her about it... I'm going to share my response but you might think I'm nuts.
I'd inform her of the legality of what she did and probably have her write an essay over the following prompt:According to Title 18, Chapter 17 of the U. S. Code, which sets out crimes related to coins and currency, anyone who “alters, defaces, mutilates, impairs, diminishes, falsifies, scales, or lightens” coins can face fines or prison time. Additionally, I'd "fine" her that amount of money which she destroyed and delay further allowance for a minimum amount of time. I'd probably also make her do some kind of volunteer work with the homeless so she can have a perspective of what it is like to not have any money at all.
@ariadneR Thank you for trying. It won't let me repost (tells me I can't comment more than once).I'll just be more careful next time 😊😊
Wow. That is not parenting 101 stuff right there. Smart. I second what I said the other night about your parenting.
Wouldn't that jus be acting jus like the child.
Yes, that’s exactly the point. It offers them a mirror for their own actions to see what it looks like from the other side.