My 12 year son has broken so many things in my house it's almost funny. He isn't doing it out of anger, it's "an accident". My ceiling fans have no pull cord left. It was too tempting to hit as he passed by, and pulled them out. My kitchen floor and bathroom floor have cuts, nail holes, super glue. He's broken a window on the front door trying to scare an opposum away. Climbed on a table and came crashing down with plants every where. Flooded the kitchen because he forgot to turn the water off. Stepped on the dryer door to reach something, broke a lock opening it with a plyers, I could go on and on and on...... Anyone else.........
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