Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Fighting :-(

Yesterday, when MIL fetched YX at the kindie, YX was so HAPPY and PROUD to tell her that "Ah Ma, today I FOUGHT with my friend !!! " MIL was of course shocked and asked him why, which YX does not know how to answer. Then, MIL asked HOW you fight? And his replied was "Like that" while showing the kicking action. *faint*

Once we were back home after work, MIL immediately told us about this and we confronted YX. He started to realise he was in the wrong and dare not reply us. (Maybe we raised our voice at him). He merely shakes and nod his head. So, we stop asking him questions as he was not in the correct mood to speak.

While helping him to bathe, I took that opportunity to ask him again WHY he fight. Finally, he told me "Because I took my friend's pen. So he kicked me. Then I kicked him back !" *double faint*

I reminded him in future NEVER EVER take your friend's things. And if your friend kick / beat you, the 1st thing you should do is to inform your teacher. Then, I asked him "When you two fight, didn't the teacher say anything?" And I was surprised with YX's replied " Teacher DID NOT SEE". Maybe too many students and the teacher did not notice?

No bruises on him (unlike the previous time) but I was just worried if he gets carried away and continue to fight. He might think it is an interesting 'game' to play. We even frighten him if ever he fights again, policemen will come and take him away. Then, he will not be able to see us anymore. He listened quietly and looked a bit confused. Wonder will this statement wakes him up? Sigh!

Am I bringing up a samseng in my home? Please help me !

27 comments:

  1. Hahahahaha, boys will always be boys~

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  2. they go thru tis phase, will fight back when provoked. Continue to tell him it's wrong and maybe you can teach him to 'shout loud loud for teacher' when somebody hits him. I think that works better than just 'telling teacher'

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  3. lol! What an energetic boy you have here!
    Just tell him if he keeps fighting and snatching things from others, soon no one will like to be his friends... then he will have to play alone, in a dark, cold corner! Hehe!

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  4. It's normal reaction for a kid when he is being hit by others, self protection ma.... You have done a great job by telling him the consequences of fighting, hopefully he understand.

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  5. He is a boy afterall... and this might be just a phase... Continue to let him know that it is NOT right to fight... must exaggerate a wee bit coz he might not know how big-a-deal it is

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  6. *pengsan* well at least he is honest about it :D

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  7. kelvin ~ I'm sad and you still hahaha... :( Do you fight when you are in school?

    coffeesncookies ~ Oh ya...should ask him to SHOUT instead of TELL. Hmm....go home have to brainwash him again.

    Alice Law ~ I don't think he will be afraid unless he really have a taste of the COLD DARK CORNER. Must set up one 'naughty corner' at home to punish him.

    lil'bulb ~ Hopefully he knows fighting is WRONG.

    lilhyppo's mummy ~ ya ya...we exaggerate that policemen will come and catch him. haha... could feel that he looked a bit worried.

    smallkucing ~ Correct! Deep down, I was actually happy because he told me honestly (i don't think he knows how to create story like that). But was SAD :( & dissapointed because of his action.

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  8. Biasa lah! Boys will be boys. Don't threaten too much...later this scared, that scared...become like pondan. Baru your head pening that time!

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  9. Yaya, indeed. Boys are boys! LOL

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  10. Boys will be boys. Gwen's boys classmates also fight. I saw it with my own eyes. The teachers will reprimand them.

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  11. it is normal for kids...
    if they not flight, they will never get closer.

    let flight!

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  12. write wrongly.... flight = fight

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  13. At least he knows how to defend himself. My C, when kena bully will just kept quiet only, dunno how to fight back. This is even more worrying... maybe that's the difference between boys and girls?

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  14. Hmmm..guess boy sometimes could help but to fight back. Hope he will understand better that fight is not the solution. No worry, i m sure he will...

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  15. Every kids will go through this as long as we try to advise them that it is wrong and they must tell the teacher immediately!

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  16. nah, i think it's just some external influences.. kids are easily influenced, so just talk nicely to him, and explain rationally with some appropriate punishment if necessary..

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  17. Hahaha...that's what i love about children - they don't tell lies or don't cover up for themselves (even though they are in the wrong) when confronted about something! :-D

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  18. suituapui ~ True also! I got to know a little boy who's parents are so strict. The boy are very quiet and always scare this and that.

    Cindy ~ Are boys really so samseng? haha...

    Mummy Gwen ~ Aiyo.....so boys are borned to fight?

    CH Voon ~ haha...'heng tai'. Must fight only strengten the bond?

    Chloe ~ What happend to Chole? Maybe she is shy to inform the teacher?

    Mommy Ling ~ We hope that too. Have been reminding him again and again.

    Pete ~ Advise is 1 thing, buy if he listen or not is another thing. To discipline a child is so difficult! :(

    [SK] ~ Maybe he watched too much of kungfu movie. He loves Kungfu Panda !

    Alice Phua ~ Yes, I was actually glad that he told me the truth and the whole story without hesitating when I asked him the 2nd time (while bathing). Hopefully he will understand what he did is a BIG NO NO.

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  19. I think this is just a normal phrase that they need to go thru. At least your boy know how to defend himself. Boy and girl are really different. My girl just kena beat by his boy classmate yesterday because of fighting toys. Luckily nothing serious and she did inform her teacher about this incident.

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  20. Serene ~ Adui! Glad that your little girl are ok and did inform her teacher. How I wish my boy will do that too (informing teacher).

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  21. I am actually glad that your boy kicks back... eventhough it is wrong to fight, at least his first reaction is to defend himself. It's good that now he knows he can tell the teacher.

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  22. Boey Joey ~ Thks. This is so comforting. *hugs*. Hopefully, there will be no more fighting episode.

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  23. Boey Joey ~ Thks. This is so comforting. *hugs*. Hopefully, there will be no more fighting episode.

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  24. lol! What an energetic boy you have here!
    Just tell him if he keeps fighting and snatching things from others, soon no one will like to be his friends... then he will have to play alone, in a dark, cold corner! Hehe!

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  25. Serene ~ Adui! Glad that your little girl are ok and did inform her teacher. How I wish my boy will do that too (informing teacher).

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  26. Biasa lah! Boys will be boys. Don't threaten too much...later this scared, that scared...become like pondan. Baru your head pening that time!

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