Mom-Of-Three Seeks A Second Opinion After Sending The Neighbor's Kid Home For Crashing Her Gathering Uninvited
Welcome back to another post in the 'Entitled Parents' subreddit, where people come to share stories about parents who act entitled. Many of us can relate because we've encountered entitled parents in our lives, so Reddit is a great place to discuss these situations and get different perspectives.
Now, let's dive into our story today, where a mother of three (OP) had to tell a neighbor's kid to go home because they weren't invited to an event. This isn't the first time it happened, but based on the OP's response, it might be the last.
If you want to know more about what happened and the OP's situation, keep reading as we share the full story and some of the best comments from the post. Enjoy!
Here is how the story goes:
OP's post is quite self-explanatory, and they provide extensive details in explaining what they've been dealing with.
Then the OP questions their action and turns to Reddit for advice.
People quickly pointed out that OP should stand firm and ensure that the kid understands their boundaries.
OP then replied by saying that since the parents don't want anyone talking to the kid, it pretty much means they're not invited.
OP provided an update, explaining that they allowed the kid to stay, and their family helped take care of them.
This is pretty much the only way to make the kid leave if the parents won't step in.
This seems like it's a tricky situation but OP might actually end up having to talk to the parents about it instead.
The kid also has to understand limits and that he can't always go wherever he wants. Just because people are kind doesn't mean he's invited all the time.
They could try talking to the person in charge of the building to see if they have any advice.
This is a good idea because the kid shouldn't just be wandering onto people's property. Also, the parents should keep an eye on him.
This is also important because it indicates that the child should always have parents with him.
These parents don't seem to be doing a good job, and it looks like there might be other issues besides just the kid's behavior.
Lastly, this user expresses their frustion and dark humor:
OP seems to have a good reason to feel a certain way about the situation; still, OP should have a chat with the boy's parents or the building manager to figure out what they can do.
What are your thoughts on this, and how would you deal with the kid? Let us know in the comment section below.