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Is this encounter my 2-year-old son was going to people front yard house and it’s not appropriate, so the lady was upset with my wife and I? Said don’t walk in our property we get nervous. My kid doesn’t know yet he plays around with his bike I know some people are narrow minded while others are humble. So, is this normal react or is this a hostile? Those people sound crazy to me. My wife said apologize anyways.
I don’t think she is hostile or crazy, but she does sound a little nervous. Maybe she is afraid something will happen while he is on her property and she will be legally responsible. Was your son supervised? A two-year-old must always be supervised. It’s not his fault but it is her property and she doesn’t’ want him on it. I agree with your wife, it wouldn’t hurt to apologize for making her nervous and let her know he won’t be playing there again. Put a fence or bushes or something along the property line so your son knows where he can play, and gently keep steering him away from her yard and tell him he can’t play there. Since you have to live near these people don’t become defensive about this, keep your son off of their property and smile and say hello when you see them. It’s not an issue unless you make it one.
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