Wizard Of Oz Munchkin Suicide
October 14, 2011 by staff
I am fortunately far from adolescence, but tonight I had to watch my three years are thrown to the ground by a neighborhood girl. She hit the first girl, so one could argue that she learned a valuable lesson on how to interact with other children. Nobody likes to be beaten. On the other hand, it is simply an early form of bullying? My daughter loves to play with neighborhood children, but at what cost? The problem is that she is three years, a neighbor is four, and one is six and there are plenty of children.
Today it is a perfect example. My daughter was excited when everyone was out of the game and ran out there to join in the fun. Everything was rainblows and the sun for about 15 minutes, when suddenly the two older girls decided they wanted Munchking Girl with them.
I saw them whispering together and fled. Munchkin girl looked confused, then went after them. In order to get his attention, she started hitting them and run, something like he was trying to play tag. Unfortunately, this really irritates them. He approached one of the girls and beat him in jest and in earnest this girl knocked him to the ground. He put both legs and arms and all his forces there.
They were on the lawn, so Munchkin girl was not hurt, but it seemed very confusing. Of course, the girl’s parents were not there, so he tried to intervene but she told me that Sasser and Munchkin girl deserved it.
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