Nathan Greve
Nathan Greve voted up HappyTwo BeHereTwo's answer

I would be concerned about safe egress in case of fire or other emergencies.  I would not lock my children in.  Their room could be their tomb.

I also don't agree with it.  I wanted my children to be responsible.  Knowing one day, they will be on their own, I guided them in their decision making. … Read more

Nathan Greve
Nathan Greve voted up Tom Jackson's answer

One could make an argument that doing that to your child suggests that you are raising her as you might raise a dog rather than a daughter.

I suspect she will be reevaluating her relationship with you at a later date.


Nathan Greve
Nathan Greve voted up Fiore Fenneway's answer

It could be that you resemble someone who he has had a traumatic experience from. As for the saying things under his breath, is he actually standing at your table when he does? If he isn't, and is just walking up to the table, it's likely what Alex mentioned; he might just be shy and … Read more