When strangers discipline YOUR child
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How do you feel about other people trying to parent your child?

There’s definitely a limit to everything, you need to know when to, you know, draw the line.

When you are in a public place and someone else’s child seems to bother you, knowing what to do might be bit of a problem for some people.

Maybe you should choose NOT to reprimand them and rather, if you must say something, speak to the parent in a polite manner.

A kid is a kid is a kid.

In my opinion, children are children and that should be the excuse for everything annoying they do until of course, a certain age; but when a child is three or four and they''re annoying you, then maybe you should put your comments in your pocket and perhaps bite your tongue.

In a recent event, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick stepped on a plane with their two kids, Mason, four and Penelope, two, according to The Stir.

At both those ages children can be extremely busy, always seeking for something fun, fidgeting and absolutely loving the sound of their own voices; either making sounds or speaking in a rather loud tone of voice.
 
Back on the plane, Penelope and Mason had a bit of fun and in the process seemed to annoy a few strangers who then told them to cover their mouths, with those exact words.

Uh, like would you mind withdrawing your comment you just made?
 
The normal thing for a mother to do then of course was to step in and Kourtney did just that.
 
She then said back, “Cover YOUR mouth”.
 
Now I couldn’t help but laughing at this because I can only just imagine how that stranger felt; in my head it played out quite funny, almost like: “take that!”
 
Some people don’t always think when they lash out at other people’s children; it can be dangerous- you don’t know what that other parent is capable of.

(Let’s face it, parents know how to get crazy over their kids.)

Can au pairs/nannies/teachers/other family members or strangers discipline your child?

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