Should I say anything to XWH? Do I bother? They were apparently discussing this with the adults at the dinner table, so it's not like their stepbrother said it, and it's not actually true. Should I stay NC because it's not my parenting time, and the movie isn't something rated R?
Where is XWH's common sense? I swear, it's completely gone!
"1 possible f-word, 13 anatomical terms (3 mild); the 13 anatomical terms also include 2 uses of a term for male genitals (d**k), 18 scatological terms (crap, s**t, p**s), 29 mild obscenities, 3 religious profanities, 2 religious exclamations. Some minced oaths. Name-calling (b**t*rd, pr**k, etc.)"
This is so not cool.
My kids came home saying they had watched "That's My Boy," a rated R Adam Sandler movie with nudity, drugs, language, marijuana and cocaine use, etc. I was APPALLED. Did absolutely no good talking to him, and it was another thing I added to my CPS call, and that did no good either.. The kids of course enjoyed the movie and thought it was funny, but especially my 9-year-old knew there were some "bad" parts.
Sorry about the sucky situation and the shit sandwich we are forced to eat here.. I keep trying to remember I can't change my ex POS, but I can try my darndest to teach my kids what I think is appropriate and how to defend themselves and react to the situation (like looking out the window or putting on headphones)..
I just saw the original MIB last year w my ds (he was 9yr) and I don't remember a thing inappropriate.
I don't either.
If you want them to quit stabbing you in the back, then you need to quit handing them the knife.
If you're uncomfortable with it, you should speak to your X about it.
I've made a huge mistake - GOB