My 11 year old daughter had a small Birthday party...

Janet - posted on 11/26/2011 ( 4 moms have responded )

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My daughter had a small birthday party of 4 girls. A mother E-mailed me because she said my daughter was mean spirited to her daughter because she did not invite. She did not put the invitation in front of her. Another girl from the "Cheer squad" told this girl. She said she would of hurt me had I been standing next to her. I was told by her 4 th grade teacher last year these two girls I will call Beth and Sara. She needed to find new friends. I found out later Beth would smack my daughter in the face all the time the other girl has no respect for parents and her mother is a trouble making loud mouth. So then in the Summer/Fall she was in Cheerleading with these same girls. (My big mistake) The coach said they acted like the 3 muskateers but Beth was the main cause. I then discussed this with my husband and we said after this no more... We should listen to what the school system said to do. I was told via the counselor 5th grade that my daughter is well liked and draws everyone in... sometimes you must weed them out. Well, the mom upset me and I told her not to Email or contact me in anyway. I also said that the school district thought it was a good idea to seperate. (Which they seperated them in classes) Why this mom continues to want to have her daughter play with mine?? have no idea? She now has 3 other moms against me and they didn't RSVP for the party or anything. My daughter and I must learn to say good bye to people right??? The one girl is in Therapy! She needs healthy friends right? I am not dealing with it well because I feel like all the parents hate me. We have been dealing with major stress issues also in our life. Can anyone help?

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Tamara - posted on 11/26/2011

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I am so glad it passed and all went smoothly. I also live in a small town and know how it can be. Its nuts. We are having an issue with the Girl Scouts (my little girl is 7 well 8 tomorrow) and its hard. So I do know where you are coming from. I hate the way girls can be with each other. and you are welcome.

Janet - posted on 11/26/2011

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Thank you Tamara! It is what I needed to hear. The party has passed but she talked to other parents and wouldn't let them attend because she told them I was excluding two girls. Only two girls from a group of 12 girls on the cheer squad were invited. Needless to say it is the last Birthday party. It is hard because we live in a small town and people always takes sides of the "Big Mouth". She expresses herself well but thinks evil. Scares me, because I have heard of the Cheerleader mom from Texas who killed another mother. I am pulling my daughter out of the cheer squad and found another. Sometimes you have to take your child out of situations. I can't always be there but I do believe the teachers see what is going on and trust their judgement. It is hard to see these people because they turn their heads. I guess this too shall pass. Thank you Tamara!

Tamara - posted on 11/26/2011

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As hard as it is its I would just ignore it. If she is being mean to your daughter, your little girl don't need that in her life. She needs to be around friends who are good for her. They may not like you but face it we all have people we have to deal with in our lives that we don't like.

I would make sure the school is aware of the current situation just to keep an eye out of anymore bulling, then let it slide off your back. Let your daughter have her party and have a blast with those who do come.

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