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Q & A: Is it wrong, a child (with their “parents” in a public body) approach asks what is wrong?

Posted in Child Care on 31st October 2010

question of QueenServilla : Is it wrong, a child (with their “parents” in a public body) approach asks what’s going on ?
I watched a little girl maybe saw five or six, the scare very sad. I smiled the father and the little girl asked: “Why the sad face” The father replied, “If you want to take them home, why do you care?” I was speechless ….. Best answer :

reply ashj_1218
No. It is not wrong. Parents with a sense or love for their children to see as something good. The fact that you were on the child control to ensure that things were fine. What if he was not her father and her abduction. And they asked, and she said: “This is not my father.” You could have saved that from happening. He was just a bad parent who was probably at the end of his leash. Brush. I see nothing wrong with that. People talk to kids all the time in public (my little one gets talked a lot, because they constantly babbles on). People are drawn to children.


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