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November 13, 2013


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Oh my YES on all the things in the last paragraph! My son asks me about swear words, and I tell him and give examples of it used in a sentence when/if appropriate (and only every age appropriate), but he knows these are ADULT words. He asked me the other day to please leave him alone in the car because he needed to say a bad word to get it out of his head and didn't want anyone to hear him saying it. Of course I totally eaves dropped as he said, "Stupid". Got out of the car with a shit eating grin on his face and said, "there, that words been in my head all day, I feel better now".

Again, you have said everything I've been thinking about that whole issue.

My father-in-law went to grade one and got sent to the principles office NUMEROUS times in the first days/weeks. He had no idea why. Finally the teacher told him that "fuck" was a bad word. Until then, he didn't know.


Bullet #2 made me wince. And you totally should have slipped her note.

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