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Old 01-12-2019, 07:33 PM   #1
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Is my sister in law raising a snow flake..
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Old 01-12-2019, 07:41 PM   #2
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Can you take my 17 yr old nephew lol
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Old 01-12-2019, 07:44 PM   #3
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I think it’s way too early to tell.
My sisters son was awful at a young age if he didn’t get his way. He is now a Sophmore in high school and a class act.
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Old 01-12-2019, 07:46 PM   #5
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Plenty more that need you to take them for haircuts.
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Old 01-12-2019, 08:08 PM   #7
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Little kids cry.

But cool video made to embarrass your family. The intent was funnier than the content


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My cousins son is almost two and she refuses to cut his hair, says it should be his decision. He's a cool little kid but has blonde curly hair almost halfway down his back. Real reason she won't cut it is she thinks it's cute for he and his dad to have matching man buns.
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Old 01-12-2019, 08:48 PM   #9
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Awesome.
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Old 01-12-2019, 09:04 PM   #10
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Little kids cry.

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My wife is fantastic but her brother fathered 2 children with this woman and took off. My wife is super and wont ignore these kids, my sister in law is finally coming around about not babying kids. But she has a life time of bad habits. I really didnt do it to embarrass my family. My sons mom took off with my son and I didnt get to take him to his first hair cut. My little nephew trust me and I'm not sure he will not anymore. Lol

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Old 01-12-2019, 09:13 PM   #11
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Little kids cry.

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Kinda what i thought. I don't think the nephew or his mom are the ones with issues in this family.
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Old 01-12-2019, 09:15 PM   #12
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Moms and boys hair, I don't get why they think it's cute to let them have girls hair cuts.

Now she can start teaching him to respond in some way other than squealing like a piglet.




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Old 01-12-2019, 11:35 PM   #13
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My wife is fantastic but her brother fathered 2 children with this woman and took off. My wife is super and wont ignore these kids, my sister in law is finally coming around about not babying kids. But she has a life time of bad habits. I really didnt do it to embarrass my family. My sons mom took off with my son and I didnt get to take him to his first hair cut. My little nephew trust me and I'm not sure he will not anymore. Lol

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I forgot the smiley.

Have no doubt your intentions were in the right place. Just amazed with what folks will put on the internet nowadays. Intimate moments that will never be erased once uploaded and can follow the person around forever.

We all cringed when mom pulled out the photo book to our dates. His boss 20 years from now could see this !

I once had long hair but it was after 18 years of my mom making me get a haircut

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Old 01-13-2019, 07:36 AM   #14
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My cousins son is almost two and she refuses to cut his hair, says it should be his decision. He's a cool little kid but has blonde curly hair almost halfway down his back. Real reason she won't cut it is she thinks it's cute for he and his dad to have matching man buns.
as my long-suffering wife is want to say: "I just don't know what to say about that..."

In the interest of decorum and site policy I'll just politely step away from this one and leave it be.
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as my long-suffering wife is want to say: "I just don't know what to say about that..."



In the interest of decorum and site policy I'll just politely step away from this one and leave it be.
Nothing you're thinking hasn't been said by the family. My wife thought someone had a daughter when she saw him at Christmas this year.

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Old 01-13-2019, 09:37 AM   #16
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I forgot the smiley.

Have no doubt your intentions were in the right place. Just amazed with what folks will put on the internet nowadays. Intimate moments that will never be erased once uploaded and can follow the person around forever.

We all cringed when mom pulled out the photo book to our dates. His boss 20 years from now could see this !

I once had long hair but it was after 18 years of my mom making me get a haircut

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How is this an intimate moment his mom asked me to film it

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Old 01-13-2019, 10:58 AM   #17
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What a delightful experience. Kool Kutz for Kids?

Real question is how much did you tip the poor hairdresser?
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Old 01-13-2019, 11:14 AM   #18
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What a delightful experience. Kool Kutz for Kids?

Real question is how much did you tip the poor hairdresser?
Definitely deserved a good tip on that one. Heck I was loosing my patience watching the video. That hairdresser was a trooper.
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Old 01-13-2019, 12:28 PM   #19
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Man......what my Dad would have done to that kid if he was one of us three boys......


Crying about a haircut would be the least of our worries. You just didn't act like that in public..
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Old 01-13-2019, 12:38 PM   #20
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Way too early to tell
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Old 01-13-2019, 01:01 PM   #21
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Wow. You have some love & patience.
That hair cutter has a world of patience.
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Man......what my Dad did do to us kids when he was one of his two boys......


Crying about a haircut would be the least of our worries. You just didn't act like that in public..
Fixed it to fit us.........we got our butt busted for just acting up in general/being rowdy at a barbershop one time. And weren't no waiting for us to get home either. Right there in the barbershop.
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Old 01-13-2019, 01:14 PM   #23
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He’s just 3. It’s developmental

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Old 01-13-2019, 02:18 PM   #24
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A belt will fix that wailing in a hurry.


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Old 01-13-2019, 02:31 PM   #25
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100%.....but them snowflake raisers will have you in jail/CPS hell
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Old 01-13-2019, 04:15 PM   #27
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Man......what my Dad would have done to that kid if he was one of us three boys......


Crying about a haircut would be the least of our worries. You just didn't act like that in public..
No doubt. My Dad was a zero tolerance kind of Dad too.

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Fixed it to fit us.........we got our butt busted for just acting up in general/being rowdy at a barbershop one time. And weren't no waiting for us to get home either. Right there in the barbershop.
I got tuned up in Travis' Barbershop in Porter, TX sometime around 1978 for interrupting a conversation. I don't remember if the old men clapped or not.

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He’s just 3. It’s developmental

Time will tell.
A 3 year old should know how to act in public. Kids don't "develop" they're "molded". My kids didn't get to act like that in the privacy of our own home, so guess what....I could take them anywhere and be sure that they'd act right. Because they would have had consequences that they weren't willing to endure.

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Man......what my Dad would have done to that kid if he was one of us three boys......


Crying about a haircut would be the least of our worries. You just didn't act like that in public..
That ain't no lie. Only take one time too.

I got some good whoopins when I was young, reckon I just kept pushing the envelope
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A 3 year old should know how to act in public. Kids don't "develop" they're "molded". My kids didn't get to act like that in the privacy of our own home, so guess what....I could take them anywhere and be sure that they'd act right. Because they would have had consequences that they weren't willing to endure.
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Yep. My folks explained how and why we were to behave in public. No running around in stores. No yelling. No arguing.

Another reason why I canít take much of the crazy that goes on in big stores these days. Sounds like a dang zoo with kids bouncing off the walls.
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That video was painful to watch! That little sh*t needs to have the rules explained to him!

I'm guessing he gets his way a lot!!!
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That youngster needs a tune up. No way on Gods green earth that my parents would have ever let me or my sister act like that.
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Hard to blame the kid if you ask me. He doesnít know the right way to act. I could tell that from the beginning of the video. Parenting issues.


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Kinda what i thought. I don't think the nephew or his mom are the ones with issues in this family.


Infants cry, poorly disciplined 3 year olds cry in public.

People who accept that bad behavior do their kids, and those around them a disservice.

One look from my dad when I was that age, or from me to my son...was all it took...on the RARE occaision that didn't suffice, a quick and decisive butt whooping squared things right away.


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I didn't ever go to the barber my dad had dog clippers. We had the ol onion heads look.

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No doubt. My Dad was a zero tolerance kind of Dad too.



I got tuned up in Travis' Barbershop in Porter, TX sometime around 1978 for interrupting a conversation. I don't remember if the old men clapped or not.



A 3 year old should know how to act in public. Kids don't "develop" they're "molded". My kids didn't get to act like that in the privacy of our own home, so guess what....I could take them anywhere and be sure that they'd act right. Because they would have had consequences that they weren't willing to endure.



Yessir.


Lol yup... and we **** sure didnít tell adults NO.... that was another big no no no. If an adult tells you to do something you did it. .... unless they were strangers abducting you
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Lol yup... and we **** sure didnít tell adults NO.... that was another big no no no. If an adult tells you to do something you did it. .... unless they were strangers abducting you
Popped in the jaw or on top of the head so hard, took you about 10 seconds to come out of it and figure out what just happened. My dad put me on the floor many a time.

OP I think your SIL is the snowflake, she raising a moonbeam. Hang in there brother, at least he's has a uncle that can throw a little light his way, through out his adolescence
Some of em got no chance, entire family is flaky.
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Lol yup... and we **** sure didnít tell adults NO.... that was another big no no no. If an adult tells you to do something you did it. .... unless they were strangers abducting you
Smart your dad did he serve time for child abuse ?
I donít think the law lets people treat kids like that anymore?
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My wife often tells me I’m too hard on my son. He’s 2. I don’t let him get away with too much but I also try to avoid hampering his decision making and enforcing and following through with consequences and punishment for what he decides to challenge us with. It’s their taking in stage observing/learning etc. They test limits, it is 100% developmentally appropriate. Especially for a toddler that has never even experienced what he’s going through and not having his mother/father there. This is coming from a man whom would get punished with a cedar branches, or whatever he could get his hands on at that moment. No patience from my dad growing up. But I love my old man. And he definitely molded us right.

But I agree on most of what you see in public is careless parenting! I see kids all the time with phones/iPads/ anything that will take their attention so the parents don’t have to deal with them

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Smart your dad did he serve time for child abuse ?
I don’t think the law lets people treat kids like that anymore?



uh no.....this was pre-snowflakes and parents being best friends..


We weren't abused. We were taught and disciplined when we got smart mouthed or stupid. Of course we didn't need a constant reminder like I see these days....just a look or a tap of the belt would do and if it didn't for some reason, we got disciplined...

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3 days at my house and that boy wouldn’t squeal like that again around me.
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That video was painful to watch! That little sh*t needs to have the rules explained to him!

I'm guessing he gets his way a lot!!!
Exactly, & an *** whoopin.

I sure hope you gave that cool headed barber one awesome tip.
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That video was painful to watch! That little sh*t needs to have the rules explained to him!

I'm guessing he gets his way a lot!!!
I know it’s annoying to hear that kid cry, but he has never had a haircut
Would you guys beat your own kids for crying when you take them for pictures with Santa
Some of y’all “ can’t see the forest for the trees “ :roll eyes

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Old 01-13-2019, 10:34 PM   #45
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Old 01-13-2019, 10:39 PM   #46
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Me thinks you did ok
Beating your nephew during his first haircut wouldnít have solved any issues
Their is a time and place for that some other time
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Me thinks you did ok

Beating your nephew during his first haircut wouldnít have solved any issues

Their is a time and place for that some other time


It was somewhere else, over a year ago, and someone else's job.

And if it had happened, day to day stuff like haircuts wouldn't be an issue.


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Man......what my Dad would have done to that kid if he was one of us three boys......


Crying about a haircut would be the least of our worries. You just didn't act like that in public..
We didnt have to worry about this. I dad would have been ****ed if his boys had hair like that.

We got whipped before we left the house, just so we knew what would happen if we acted a fool.
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My uncle had a barber shop when I was young. I never had hair long enough to touch my collar....LOL. Watching the video I could just hear my mother saying...."If you want someone to cry about I will give a reason...not stop that crying".....and trust me she meant it. I promise she would have tanned my hide for needless crying....LOL.

Great job in getting his hair cut. It looks much, much better.

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