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Thread: So proud of my Izabella

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    Senior Member Gabrielle's Mimi's Avatar
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    I take care of my nearly 3 yo DGD 5 days a week, and have since she came home from the NICU. Her parents and I have taught her to call neighbors and friends "Miss ----" or "Mr. ----" because I am not big on hearing a child call my 60 year old friends by their first names. She says please and thank you and excuse me very naturally. I do get a lot of nice comments when I am out in public with her. It takes work to teach manners, but frankly it's not that hard if it's something you value.
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    You are doing a great job and it shows! Be proud and keep up that wonderful parenting.
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    2 weeks the bus I got on was full of teenagers going to Alton Towers. Being over 60 I did expect at least 1 would have offered me a seat.
    This week same bus and conditions one boy did offer his seat. I polite ly said no as I enjoyed the ride for 2 stops holding on the front steadier as it felt like surfing the waves.
    He laughed I said it was fine as I was only goin across fields .
    There still are well mannered teenagers about.
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    Wonderful job April, more parents need to teach their childern manors, but so many of the yonger parents were not taught maners when they were growing up. And so many have no respect for others including their own parents, and no one to blame but their parents.
    It is the "ME" generations and it shows. Real pity for the kids.

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