Venting, upset over a grown man insulting my kids

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  1. brat

    brat DIS Veteran

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    It really helps me feel right about buying most of our medical supplies at that pharmacy.We like their store because of the staff.They are the type that you can call when getting out of the hospital and tell them 5 minutes before closeing that you have a scrip that needs to be filled and they stay open to fill it. They are also willing to deliver a scrip.When my Mom did not come in for her monthly scrip and the Pharmasist did not get an answer when he called her, he called me to see if she was okay.She was out of town visiting the younger of my Brothers.
     
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  3. Kat77

    Kat77 <font color=blue>Now if I could just remember how

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    Geez npcougar, lighten up. Nobody here thinks it's socially acceptable but it was darn funny (nothing can be done but laugh about it now)! Obviously the child was told he should never resort to THAT behavior ever again. KP summed up my feelings quite nicely.
     
  4. Piper

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    Maybe he had heard the phrase "I'm so mad I could **ss on him." When I was teaching, we had a kindergarten child do that to another on the playground. When asked why he thought it was okay to do that, he replied, When Daddy is mad, he says I'm so mad I could **ss on him. So I did." (I wouldn't like to be that child's father when the mother got through with him. She was both mortified and furious!)
     
  5. brat

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    As far as what Foster son has heard over the years being the reason for his choice of action, maybe:confused3

    your guess is as good as mine.

    He was in 9 other Foster homes as well as group homes before he came to ours last time. His Bio Mom got him back for about six months when we got the call that he needed a place to live again.He asked the social worker if he could be with us.

    He is really sweet and normally just is in his own world as far as strangers.When asked why afterwards he said because "the 'Man' looked like he was going to hit his "sisters"! " then he started to cry because he was bad and afraid we would send him away. Of course we told him we would not send him away for that but that he was not to pee on people.
     
  6. cm8

    cm8 <font color=blue>Half of the time we're rushing ar

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    I second that!! A free for all, super smash brothers brawl :rolleyes1

    Some people never learn:sad2:.Op, I am glad that everything is okay now:goodvibes
     
  7. tinytreasures

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    I am cheering in my head for your foster son. He stood up for your twins in the only way he knew how, at that moment. I am so glad people stood up for your family.

    (nice to meet a fellow foster parent here) :love:
     
  8. brat

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    Nice to meet you too tinytreasures.

    Fostering has really been great for DH and I.
     

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