AuntyTeena | June 9th, 2012 | Posted in Parenting
Homework Season 1. Episode 2. Dad is trying to help his son with his homework.
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I agree with EVERYthing you just said. Your brilliant!
I don’t blame the kid. I used to feel the same stress and insecurity while I was working and my dad was watching me like a hawk. It’s good to know this kid’s dad is able to understand where his son is coming from.
I just hate it when parents talk to their kids in third person.
Any one know the one where the boy cut his own hair?!
“you yelled at me” that`s nothing kid, believe me
still, it`s important for him to say it. i think many kids are badly behaved because they are secretly ashamed of being punished. if you punish a kid that can`t help it, he`s only gonna feel shame. the point of discipline is to help kids get over bad behavior, punishment is just to make the problem clearer, but it won`t necessarily solve it
What a lucky, lucky son. My father never did that for me.
chandler is a place in Washington! LOL
lol, Me too… My Dad beat the living shits outta me, day in day out, all year round with a belt, I got so used to the beatings that when I really fucked up, i.e going outside when he ordered me not to, or when I broke my neighbors window by accident, He actually beat me in the shower, and that shit hurts… but look at me now, I haven’t been to prison, gotten a teenager pregnant or doing drugs and I graduated college, so I still love my dad, but he hardened me too young.
great dad. but also very brave of the little guy to talk about his feelings
GINGER KIDS HAVE NO SOULS!
awww cute father-son thing going on here!
uhh.. no. my sister is a ginger a-… wait. ur onto something there.
aww that made me tear up.
What a cute little redhead boy! Sensitive and sweet.
aww chandler don’t cry…
well done the dad for actually letting his son say his feelings!
Oh Chandler, he had problems with his homework, If I be her mom, I had try to help him. But he has a very good dad ready to change and help his son.
Everyone loves a dad like this. =)
Chandler is a good boy, he just need more attention and well…love. Like all the kids.
oh that is so sweet it nearly made me cry i don’t know how i would be able to raise my kids i will have in the future i would just tear up all the time.
two words… GOOD DAD!
What a great dad! Nobody’s perfect, and to honestly admit a mistake and try to correct it — you can’t ask for more than that.
i always bottle up my feelings, because i don’t know what is gonna happen if i just like, let them out, like, i don’t know if i’m gonna get yelled at or something!
yeah thats how you measure a succesful life, don’t emphasize at all on how you are now emotionally, no no at least you used condoms and went to college instead of prison
i almost felt like crying at the look at the dad’s face when he said he doesn’t like to do his hmwrk with him
the son should always do his homework by him self hes the one who is getting his grade and if he needs help he could always call his mom/dad to help if he needs it
i saw supernanny on the buses in vancouver bc dec 2005 1:04
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