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How you feel about most kids...
How you feel about most kids... –
Alright, wondering how you people feel about kids (since most of you are just turning adult). First of all...Since I started school i've had to spend so much time with kids it's crazy!!!!!
I have Preschool class where you have to teach the kids like a regular preschool, and also play with them...I have that class 4A (45 min) 4B (45 min) 5th (1:30)! So, like 3 hours I sit in the same class teaching/ playing with 3-4 yr old children! And the way it is...It's bullshit. First, theres 16 of us highschoolers (i the only guy in there )...Theres like 16 preschoolers...You get assigned to 1 kid, and that's sort of your buddy that you play with...These lazy ****ing girls don't hardly watch there kids...So, I end up playing with like at least 6! and the teaching...Each week you have a certain thing to teach, and you make lesson plans for them, and have like 3-4 at a time (the people who don't have anything to do are your helpers though)...
BUT that isn't bad enough...As it's tiring...BUT I do Elementary school tutoring as well! Goto the elementary school after my school let's out, and teach (mainly play though) with the kids for 1:30 more hours! I don't always go though, but recently have been...
So, I spend like 4:30 hours with kids a day...
So, my feeling mainly is this:
I enjoy kids a lot (even some of the bad ones), there a lot of work, but I think there parents should give them more discipline, and take more time for them (You can tell what kids don't get enough attention, or the Wrong kind of attention...).
And as far as having my own...Going to wait a while .
I say lock them in cages untill they r the age of 12, they will whatch discovery channel all day every day, and tha should teach them all they need to know.
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Dah, you have to spend some time with them...Otherwise when they got out of the cage they couldn't cope with society. Children aren't as hard as people make them out to be if they actually do what's best for the child, and spend some Quality time with them once in a while.
BTW: I forgot to mention TO BEAT THE KIDS ASS! I've seen far to many kids now, and how they act. Once they even get the slightest leeway then they think they can get by with shit!
So, basically...My kid(s) aren't going to get by with shit!
Kind of like my neice...She is so cute, and that's what every1 says...So my sister let's her get by with stuff that i'd whip her ass for! and she gets by with almost anything!
It aint gonna be so cute when/ if she get pregnant at like 16! That's sad to say about my niece, but i'm not going to be shocked if it happens.
Or she says "NO, I'm not going to do that!" Kind of like how my sis was...
I was only kidding. Ya when I have kids, well im not gonna hit them or anything, hell no. Unless it really merits it. But I m not gonan let em get away with shit. But you gotta be lax and their friends too, but they also need to know you reign supreme.
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I have an 11 year old bro. who sometimes hijacks my acount a posts stuff here. I'll see if I can find a pic.
Sad thing is, he knows more about modchips and stuff than me.
this is very topical... my first is due in mid November so I will soon know first hand how long good intentions last...
I was brought up with guilt as discipline instead of being hit - seemed to work well - mum just made me feel bad when I did something wrong - i.e. let me know how wrong it was and how dissappointed she was... kind of sucked.... some times I would have rather got hit!
This wont work with all kids but it worked fairly well on me and my older bro... my younger half brothers though - they seriously needed a good kick in the butt before dad could get them to behave!
such a different world now - kids just know that the perants aren't alowed to do shit against them so they exploit it. And the law is on their side until they are 16 to 18.
Its tough... My daughter is going to be 3 at the end of this month. She is the best thing in the world as far as I am concerned. NOTHING compares to the feeling of being able to wake up in the morning and walk into her room and hear "Good Morning daddy! Are you going to lay down with me?" As she pats her pillow. And then laying down next to her and have her give you a big hug. It makes you feel like the most special person in the world. Its times like that which make it worth having to entertain her and think of new and creative ways to avert her tantrums and deal with her (sometimes) defiant attitude. Yes, kids will test you, but you have to remain firm but fair. Its kind of hard to draw the line sometimes because even after a long hard day, you have to be ready to come home and deal with their issues and desires (no matter how small they seem to you). "The cat wont let me pet it... The dog is biting me... I dont want that pair of shoes... Etc..." And they are always saying something amazing that you often wonder where they picked it up from. (not always good) My daughter was singing "Dont stand so close to me" from the Police and I was like WTF? Thats music that I grew up on... Where did she hear that??
Having a child is bittersweet at times, but its something that I would give my own life for without hesitation...
I love me... And I think everyone should...
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Yeah I have a kid too. He'll be two in December. He's really well behaved most of the time, but like people have said, they act like little bastards sometimes. I have been around kids most of my life. With little brothers and baby sitting and stuff. And I agree that most kids need more dicipline. Even though my kid can barley understand what I tell him sometimes. He's going to have to comply whether he likes it or not.
ShadowKnyght, as an upcoming parent (congratulations by the way), here's some advice. Once they are over the infant stage, (where the pretty much can't do anything). Never let them win. They will fight, scream, and yell to get something they want, or get out of something they don't want, but if you have have told them what you expect, DO NOT GIVE IN. My son's mother will do that sometimes. He'll whine just enough for her to do the "Fine!" thing. If you tell them something you expect, they need to stick it out until they comply, or it's bed time .
A perfect example, my kid has these little alphabet magnets on the fridge. When he first got them, he would love to knock them ALL off the fridge on to the floor. Now as far as that goes, I don't mind if that's how he wants to play with them. But you better believe I'm going to make him clean it up. One time, he knocked them all off and started to leave the kitchen. "Steven, you need to go pick them up after you're done", I said. And I walked him back into the kitchen. He knew perfectly well what I wanted him to do. So he started SCREAMING. So for about 30 minutes, he kept screaming and trying to leave. And I kept calmly telling him what I wanted him to do and bringing him back intot the kitchen. Finally, I told him, "Steven, if you leave the kitchen one more time, you're going to go upstairs and sit in the crib for a while". Even though he probably didn't understand that sentence, he tried to leave, and sure enough, I put him in the crib for 10 minutes. Of course, he screamed the entire time. After the 10 minutes, I went and got him, brought him back to the kitchen. He looked at the magnets and started screaming again. about 15 more minutes went by of the screaming and me asking him to clean. But finally, he took one and put it back up onthe fridge. "Good boy!" then I helped him put up the second one. He got so excited and cleaned up all 26 magnets by himself.
As painful as that was to deal with his little tantrum, it was well worth it. You need to stand your ground everytime! If I gave into it and cleaned them up myself. He would never learn. Now he cleans up the magnets without me even telling him to. Sometimes I need to walk him back into the kitchen, cause he still trys to push his limits a bit. But all is well in magnet-ville.
Sorry for the huge post, but I thought it was a good story.
EDIT: Oh yeah, ShadowKnyght, another bit of advice. SLEEP NOW, as much as you can. You will not sleep for a good six months, come November.
i just graduated high school...this is what i've learned:
every time the new year begins, the 9th graders become more stupid and twice as small. by the time i was in 11th grade, there were 9th graders coming up to my waist (i'm a very short person). to top that, they were total idiots.
by the time i was in grade 12, my sister was in grade 9...this is what i can say about this generation of dumbasses...i mean freshmen:
they try to act like they're adults and fail miserably at it...
90% of the 9th grade girls are complete bimbos...they have no common sense and try to outshow everyone else...
the guys in grade 9 tried to act like dicks...specially in front of us. they showed absolutely no respect for anyone, and the freshmen brought down the school's overall average. many of the guys try to act like male bimbos....scary shit there...
to top that, their taste in music deteriorates by the !@#$ day!!! who in their right mind thinks brittney spears, christina agguilera, and 50 cent are good musicians? they're all overrated dumbasses...well 50 cent is decent, but not the 3 songs they repeat on the radio every 30 seconds all suck. many of these kids think xzibit and nas suck? well...makes sense cos a more than a few are reefers
i love kids, i want about 500,000 of them, but dmplz dont like kids just my nephew Xavier, HE IS COOL AS HELL!