Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Photo: Little K Meltdown Before School

From what I hear, my niece Little K likes school and her friends. But her mother took this photo as she was having a "meltdown" before school was to start. I can't ever recall having one of these in my youth, I also had three older brothers so there was a crowd to make fun of me if I tried it. Little K doesn't have to worry (yet) about her baby sister seeing her being a brat. 

11 comments:

  1. Most kids have meltdowns from time to time.

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  2. It happens from time to time with kids. It's not a big deal.

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  3. Yes kids have meltdowns sometimes, hope she feel better when back to school!

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  4. It happens. Although my son was pretty good, we had a meltdown once years ago in a grocery store once and I left the cart full of groceries and left.

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  5. Have seen many melt downs with my 2 (now grown up) daughters. Now they get to experience the thrill.

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  6. Hopefully the day got better, for Little K and mom.

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  7. Poor Little K! I hope she's feeling better now. There could be a good reason behind it. Perhaps she's having difficulty with some friends, or being bullied, or feeling pressured and stressed over something she's finding challenging in her academics. Just saying, as a retired elementary teacher. Of course, I know nothing about her situation. She could also just be being a brat. One of my very best friends ever was a teacher in my school. If one of her fourth graders threw a hissy-fit, she'd plunk a box of kleenex in front of the kiddo and say, "Make it a good one!" Then she'd walk off and ignore him or her. If Little K has a few more of these, her teacher might have some insight into why.

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  8. Aaaaaaaw....my kiddos had these moments too! I can't honestly blame them. :D

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  9. Young or old, we all have meltdowns from time to time. We're complicated beings with a myriad of thoughts and emotions. Hope she was able to quickly bounce back and have a better day.

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  10. Meltdowns happen from time to time.
    I hope that afterwards her day was a good one.

    All the best Jan

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