Friday, July 12, 2013

Baileigh is clingy.

Baileigh has become increasingly clingy lately. I need her to stop this behavior as it is not appropriate. She is not a baby.
What is the best way to train it out of her?

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  1. Hi! I noticed your comment on Razing Ruth's blog and wanted to get in touch with you. I am creating a blog about Razing Ruth because there are fears that she may not be telling the whole truth about her life.

    I want to present as full a case as I can but I have not been able to get anyone who claims to have known Ruth in real life to contact me. Your comment makes me think that perhaps you knew her or know of her. I really want to present a completely balanced look at the potential scandal and I very much want to produce the other side of the story. I want there to be as many people speaking up for Ruth as I can because I don't want to harm her if she is telling the truth about her family.

    If you know her identity, I don't need to know it. In fact, I don't want you to reveal any personal information that you may know. I just need someone to be willing to state that they knew Ruth and that her story is correct. Please contact me at anitadalton@gmail.com.

    I appreciate your time. Peace be with you. :)

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    1. I apologize. No, I do not know Ruth. I have read her blog from time to time and feel she is in need of help, especially with recent accusations. I feel she needs to make peace with her family rather than using others to help her along. Whether or not her story is true, she knew what she was doing. She knew talking about her life would stir the hearts of kind folks and cause them to give her money. Real or not the whole ordeal is sad. She needs help, family, and God.

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  2. Maybe your daughter is being clingy because she needs her mother to act like her mother and pay attention to her with love, not violence.

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    1. What violence? I merely want to nip this in the bud. I adore my sweet girl, and cuddle with her quite often but we musn't coddle her and give her everything.

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  3. When she is a teen she will most likely want nothing to do with you anymore. Enjoy this time while you can.

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  4. Okay, I just figured out this is Poe. Well done good sir, well done.

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    1. No, not Poe. Ashleigh. You must have the wrong blog.

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  5. When she is being clingy, a few light swats on the leg followed by putting her in her crib will soon teach her that is the wrong behavior. You have to teach her that you do not tolerate clinginess, and that cuddle time is at YOUR discretion, not at her whim.

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  6. How old is your daughter Baileigh?

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  7. its normal for a child to want the attention of their mother. I think its wrong that you dont pay attention to her. whats that teaching her, that you cant have any attention or get the wrong kind of attention from someone else maybe a boy even. You have to think outside the box there on that one. I get that you want to protect them but you have to think long term results, you dont want her to be a SLUT at some point in her life getting attention from someone else bc you didnt take the time out of your day to give her some. I get a kick out of reading your blogs,

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  8. Give her a set of keys to the car. Once she gets a taste of the freedom driving brings, she will no longer be so clingy.

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