Disturbing neighbourhood

Suchita - posted on 09/15/2016 ( 9 moms have responded )

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I have got a new neighbour having a baby girl. Who always starring to come to my house. She comes unexpectedly without any sound n without knocking the door n start bothering my child who is 9 months younger than her. She start playing with my baby's toys,eating from my baby's bowl, screeming,jumping, shouting. But when my baby wants to play with her own toys or I ask her to bring her own toys to play together, the girl says that she does not have that kind of toys to bring or her daddy already thrown them. If I force her to bring the toys if she wants to play with my babies stuff, she is getting angry n complaining her mom that the lil sister(my baby girl) and aunty(me) did not allow her to play. I am getting fed up with this neighbour.

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Dove - posted on 09/17/2016

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Is this outside your apartment as in outside in open air? Or outside your apartment as in a closed hallway? If she is out unsupervised you can bring her back to her parents and let them know that unsupervised children will be reported to management. Then if it keeps happening you speak to the landlord about this young child out on her own.

Sarah - posted on 09/17/2016

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What on earth is a 3.5 year old doing just wandering around? If she is leaving her house and walking into yours, she could really be putting herself in danger. As a mandated reported I would be very uncomfortable ignoring this lack of supervision. Maybe she comes over because she is scared, lonely, hungry and bored?

Michelle - posted on 09/17/2016

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I would be locking my door so people can not just walk in.
You can tell the Mother that now isn't a good time but we arrange a time that suits us both.
You need to talk with the Mother and let her know that you won't allow her child to just wander in to your house whenever she wants.

Dove - posted on 09/16/2016

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If you do not want this child in your house keep the door locked or send her home when she tries to come in. Walk the child home and tell her parents that she keeps barging into your home and they need to teach her that it is illegal to enter someone's home w/out permission.

How old is this girl?

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/17/2016

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Why can't you talk to this child's mother, and tell her to PARENT her own kid?

Suchita - posted on 09/17/2016

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We are living in a same Building in opposite apartments. She just need to open her door and enter mine. I started locking my door these days but she is making noise from outside. I am trying to ignore it more often.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/16/2016

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So talk to this child's parents! How old are the children? You say baby, but they obviously are not babies if she is able to bring herself over, work the door, and have a conversation.

You need to speak with her parents, and you need to enforce things in your home. If she has not asked permission to enter, you take her back home, and you repeat that until she understands.

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