A mother has confessed to making a rude gesture behind her young child’s back, and people were NOT impressed.
On mum recently turned to the internet to reveal how she copes with her daughter’s frustrating behaviour.
The woman, who posted on MumsNet under the username Legbreak, admitted that she sometimes raises her middle finger behind her toddler’s back.
She clarified that the youngster never actually sees her do it and she only ever does it at home, but said her sister thought it was an “appalling” habit.
…to sometimes give toddler DD the finger behind her back?
Legbreak “She definitely doesn’t see and it makes me feel better and is always at home, not out and about etc. My DSis thinks it’s appalling.”
One mum wrote: “I don’t think it’s really acceptable TBH. She’ll eventually catch you (and do it to others).”
Another commented: “It’s a horrible thing to do to anyone, let alone a toddler.”
A third was also disgusted by the action, saying: I think that’s quite horrible… Would you like your toddler doing that behind your back when they’re adults and you’re calling them to ask for something? Guess not.”
Do you think it is OK to flick the bird at your kids behind their back?
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