My darling 6 year old went in my purse and dug out a quarter, then into my wallet and took the few dollars cash I had in there. she put the quarter under the couch cushion and the dollars in her wallet under my mattress. I sent her to her room, but something I struggle with is whenever I punish my kids, they don't seem to grasp the importance of the wrong they did, or feel remorse. My daughter in fact tends to smile when I'm scolding her. I don't know if it's a nervous thing she can't control..I have to walk way away from her because seeing her smiling when I"m so furious sends me over the top!! she had a dollar of her own in her wallet, and I am not giving her it back. I told her she is not responsible with money and she lost the priveledge (sp) of having her money. Writing that out I kind of feel like that might not have been the best (you stole money from me, now I"m keeping your money?) so any ideas would be great
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