I am somewhat horrified to even be posting this. My grandson (who will be 3 on 31st October, yes, Halloween!) has a current favourite phrase, which is "F**k off"
I don't see him very often, but when I phoned last night to speak to DS and DIL, DIL asked him if he would like to speak to Nanny, the first short conversation was fairly normal, then after DIL and I had had a further chat, she asked him if he would like to speak again, at which point he came to phone and said the aforementioned phrase. Twice.
She said that the health visitor had told her to ignore it, but surely he should be told that it is not ok? I appreciate that if things are said to get a reaction, then NOT reacting is the way to go, but in this case wouldn't a "We do NOT say that!" be appropriate?
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