I am a 29 year old stay at home mom of 2 boys. I didnt stay in contact with my high school friends and i dont go out and make new ones, but my neighbor proved to be a very good friend and we really enjoyed sitting around together, hanging out and letting our kids play together. So one day this summer the kids are playing in our pool and i'm out there watching. The kids are arguing over a toy and just being bratty. I reprimand my son, a few times and their daughter is yelling at him. So th girl's dad takes it upon himself to stomp into our yard, bend over and very quietly tell my son that if he's ever mean to his little girl again that he will jerk him out of the pool and spank him. I didnt hear what was said but i told them playtime was over and we went inside. My son immediately tells his daddy what happened. So his daddy goes right over there and tells him in no uncertain terms exactly what will happen should he ever lay a hand on one of our kids or threaten them again. He then tells him to keep his little rip on their side of the alley and we'll keep our rugrats over here. I really miss my friend...she was the only real live friend i had. Our long evenings of laughter and bbq's have now dissolved into an occasional wave. So sad...
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