Ok so I took my 3-1/2 year old triplets to the park today along with my mother and 3-1/2 year old niece. Well there were some older girls there and my daughter Kendra wanted to say Hi to them but I told her no because I was afraid they might be mean to her. There was another little girl there about my daughters age and she was with just her mother so I told Kendra why don't you go over and ask that little girl to play with you. kendra ran over all smiles and said " do you want to play with me?" the little girl was shy and said no and ran off to her mother Kendra burst into tears and came running over to me saying she said no she doesn't want to play with me. My god my heart broke for her and there was nothing I could do to make her feel better. I am definately not cut out ot watch my kid's hearts get broken whether they are 3 or 33. I know this is minor compared to what will be thrown at her in the future but I just can't stand to see her hurt like that. I'm sure there are many of you out there who can relate huh?
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