Skip to comments.Coping with a child's tantrum on a plane (3 Year Old's Temper Delays Plane)
Posted on 01/28/2007 1:31:45 PM PST by Mr. Brightside
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If I had been in that situation, I would have voluntarily exited the plane with family in tow out of sheer humiliation.
hey pat, you take this one...
Yeah, you know, after my wife (leda) got her master's degree, she decided that post on the internet were pretty trivial.
She writes very casually on this board, ignoring caps and all that.
Who really cares, humblegunner?
Do you know, she started this year with a SpED student, who the experts said would never read or write. Now the kid reads, and writes.
The same experts comment, "The kid forms her "n"s badly.
They said she would never form an N, leda fixed that.
Now they complain, she does it badly.
Some people are never satisfied.
I once watched leda spend six months teaching a kid the difference between "rough" and "smooth."
Actually, watched is a bad choice of words - I paid her tuition at University, for the privelege of watching her do it. How nice, that I got to pay for her to work for free.
Years ago, she had another kid, everybody said he would be a vegetable for life, etc.
I think he is making his own way, now, and doing quite well at it.
Leda does what she does, and she is damn good at it.
I could care less if she uses caps on the internet, and I am ashamed that you do.
Let me get this right: they REWARDED parents who couldn’t control a three year old with free tickets? Oh Lord.
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