bill of rights

3 Responses to bill of rights

  1. Rebecca July 6, 2015 at 10:51 pm #

    You left out two I would put in there

    1 If my child is underweight it does not mean that they are not fed.

    A child can be underweight for their age and following their own curve and still be considered healthy as long as they are hitting their milestones. I was told this by 3 different pediatricians. Don’t assume just because a kid is skinny that mom isn’t feeding them.

    2. If my child is overweight it does not mean that I am overfeeding him/her.

    By the same logic as the underweight, as long as your child is on their own curve and hitting their milestones the parents should not be reported for overfeeding.

  2. Marla July 23, 2016 at 1:50 am #

    I strongly agree! Im fighting this with my landlord now. She sent out a letter saying no child under 12 could be outside without an adult. This is how she handled the bullying coming from children that dont even live in the apts. I believe my children have a right to be free & active without me there by their side 24/7. Im a single mom so I have things that need done inside but I always keep checking on them.

  3. Esperanza August 31, 2016 at 6:24 pm #

    I agree. But when do our children become chickens yes I understand we get punished by law for putting her kids and cars unattended that’s why when you’re with multiple parents if you have room to leave one of your kids in the car with the parent or friend do it don’t put laws on where they don’t belong if you don’t let your children grow up to be children then they will not have a stable life growing up as an adult let them deal with bullies they have they know how they feel when they’re being bullied the leave the situation if they don’t then it’s the parents fault for not being the one to teach them right from wrong

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