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Subject: Re: Eye rolling. An update.


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Brooke
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Date Posted: 11:15:30 06/25/21 Fri
In reply to: Michelle 's message, "Re: Eye rolling. An update." on 11:12:46 06/25/21 Fri

Michelle, I believed it was needed even though Rachel was very unhappy about it.

>Good for you! You did what you had to do. I hope she
>learned the lesson.
>
>>Well my warning to Rachel was a short one and during
>>dinner last night we were all talking about an event
>>we are going to this weekend and Rachel wants to stay
>>at home with her friends. The more we talk the more
>>day she was becoming and then she did her big eye
>>roll.
>>
>>I told her to place her dinner plate, she had finished
>>eating, on the counter and go to her room. A few
>>minutes after with spoon in hand I also went to her
>>room.
>>
>>Before she went to sleep last night she and I talked
>>about why her disrespect earned her an unpleasant
>>evening and I hope the eyes rolling is in the past
>now.
>>
>>>Would you please lend me some advice on how you
>handle
>>>it when your kids roll their eyes when you are
>talking
>>>to them.
>>>
>>>My Rachel has been doing this more frequently and her
>>>action will usually be met with No, ma’am from me
>>>and I’ve also sent her to her room for a room
>>>timeout.
>>>
>>>Her doing it doesn’t completely bother me but I do
>>>feel it shows somewhat of a lack of respect. Thanks.

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