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Adolescence That fiery time prior to your child becoming a teenager. Their bodies are filled with hormones and turmoil. How are you coping?

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Old 10-27-2002, 06:46 PM
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My Daughter Is Starting To Listen To Me

HI THERE I JUST WANTED TO UPDATE EVERYBODY THAT SINCE MY LAST POST THINGS HAVE STARTED TO LOOK UP IN MY LIFE WITH MY DD. TODAY I WAS SO PROUD OF MYSELF. MY DD WANTED TO HAVE A PLAY DATE SO HER FRIEND CAME WITH US TO CHURCH. AFTER CHURCH WE WENT FOR PIZZA ALL WAS WELL AND WE CAME BACK HOME. WE WERE GOING TO THE MALL TO GET A PICTURE OF MY DD WITH HER TEDDY BEAR FROM BUILD A BEAR. IT WAS A FREE 10X13 PICTURE AND I SAID LETS GO GET IT. THEY WERE PLAYING UNTIL HER FRIEND DECIDED SHE WANTED TO GO HOME INSTEAD OF COMING WITH US. WITH THAT HER FRIEND WENT HOME MY DD THEN DECIDED TO HAVE A TEMPER TANTRUM. SO I SENT HER TO HER ROOM AFTER YELLING FOR ABOUT 5 MINUTES AND DIDN'T TAKE HER TO THE MALL. SHE WAS IN HER ROOM PUNISHED FOR AN HOUR. I AM PROUD OF MY SELF FOR NOT GIVING IN TO HER. SO WE ARE BOTH MAKING PROGRESS.
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