Potty train your School Kid

Potty train your School Kid

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Lazy parent

Glasgow, KY

#1 Oct 22, 2012
What a shame on lazy parents that don't potty train your kids. It should be a law that your kid should be potty trained before they can go to school. It is always funny to see a sorry parent to tell the teacher they need to change their kids diaper when they get them to school. Parents have no shame and wonder why the school systems think it is the govt's job to raise our kids. I feel sorry for the teachers and aids that has to change diapers so they can teach kids.
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#2 Oct 22, 2012
Lazy parent wrote:
What a shame on lazy parents that don't potty train your kids. It should be a law that your kid should be potty trained before they can go to school. It is always funny to see a sorry parent to tell the teacher they need to change their kids diaper when they get them to school. Parents have no shame and wonder why the school systems think it is the govt's job to raise our kids. I feel sorry for the teachers and aids that has to change diapers so they can teach kids.
Wow. Some parents have tried every method and still they won't train. Others have children that can't due to delays or medical reasons. The remainder who won't train at home tend to train fast after seeing there classmates going. Every child is different and if the teacher doesn't mind then why should you?
new age mama and daddy

Edmonton, KY

#3 Oct 22, 2012
Karma wrote:
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Wow. Some parents have tried every method and still they won't train. Others have children that can't due to delays or medical reasons. The remainder who won't train at home tend to train fast after seeing there classmates going. Every child is different and if the teacher doesn't mind then why should you?
Wow...you have an excuse for everything, don't you? The parents are just victims of society and they don't have the tools to teach their kids how to use the toilet. Why? Because they don't take the kids to Bingo with them and therefore it isn't really a problem for the parent when it can so easily be put off on someone else to be responsible for! Because a night out after a "hard week" at home with the kids becomes more important than potty training. Because if I get frustrated and "go off" trying to potty train my kids I could be accused of abuse and lose my welfare and food stamps.Because I am waiting for my mom to teach this kid where to pee and poop like she taught my other kids.

Let's just do what the government wants us to do and give up. We are victims. We are not responsible for anything as long as there is always somebody else to blame. We weren't born with a silver spoon in our mouths and that makes us eligible to sit back and cry and blame and have pity parties for ourselves all day long. Because I am too busy trying to catch daddy cheating on mommy to worry about my kid pissing the bed. Because drinking a few beers with my posse is so much more fun that spending time with my kid in the bathroom teaching them correct hygiene.

We are all victims and it's not our fault. Deal with it!
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#4 Oct 22, 2012
new age mama and daddy wrote:
<quoted text>Wow...you have an excuse for everything, don't you? The parents are just victims of society and they don't have the tools to teach their kids how to use the toilet. Why? Because they don't take the kids to Bingo with them and therefore it isn't really a problem for the parent when it can so easily be put off on someone else to be responsible for! Because a night out after a "hard week" at home with the kids becomes more important than potty training. Because if I get frustrated and "go off" trying to potty train my kids I could be accused of abuse and lose my welfare and food stamps.Because I am waiting for my mom to teach this kid where to pee and poop like she taught my other kids.

Let's just do what the government wants us to do and give up. We are victims. We are not responsible for anything as long as there is always somebody else to blame. We weren't born with a silver spoon in our mouths and that makes us eligible to sit back and cry and blame and have pity parties for ourselves all day long. Because I am too busy trying to catch daddy cheating on mommy to worry about my kid pissing the bed. Because drinking a few beers with my posse is so much more fun that spending time with my kid in the bathroom teaching them correct hygiene.

We are all victims and it's not our fault. Deal with it!
My point was to not blame the kids or ALL parents. Not all are to blame and many have tried multiple avenues. Honestly, considering the lack of proper education in some generations we need kids in school early. Forcing toilet training prior to entry is convenient, but what about the kids who'd lose the social and educational opportunities? If a law should be made it should be to require all children that aren't trained by a certain age be taken to their Pediatrition for an exam. Then mandatory classes designed to assist parents with potty training difficult-to-train toddlers. Some parents really do care and would benefit from assistance. Those that don't care would have to grow up and care. Honestly I don't understand your hostility. Not all parents are lazy or don't try. Kids are different and if the parents aren't around, thank God the teacher is or society would be screwed. The rest of your post is inappropriately negative. While I agree there are parents that could care less to educate their children in proper hygiene, we were not one of them. Nor did/does friends take precedence over our parental responsibilities. I just wanted to voice an opinion that not all kids can help it and not all cases are due to parental negligence.
sad

Bowling Green, KY

#5 Oct 22, 2012
new age mama and daddy wrote:
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Wow...you have an excuse for everything, don't you? The parents are just victims of society and they don't have the tools to teach their kids how to use the toilet. Why? Because they don't take the kids to Bingo with them and therefore it isn't really a problem for the parent when it can so easily be put off on someone else to be responsible for! Because a night out after a "hard week" at home with the kids becomes more important than potty training. Because if I get frustrated and "go off" trying to potty train my kids I could be accused of abuse and lose my welfare and food stamps.Because I am waiting for my mom to teach this kid where to pee and poop like she taught my other kids.
Let's just do what the government wants us to do and give up. We are victims. We are not responsible for anything as long as there is always somebody else to blame. We weren't born with a silver spoon in our mouths and that makes us eligible to sit back and cry and blame and have pity parties for ourselves all day long. Because I am too busy trying to catch daddy cheating on mommy to worry about my kid pissing the bed. Because drinking a few beers with my posse is so much more fun that spending time with my kid in the bathroom teaching them correct hygiene.
We are all victims and it's not our fault. Deal with it!
Sounds like u must be one of those dealing with changing diapers it something. If not then whats it your business? They are supposed to be trained but some take longer.
Parent

Glasgow, KY

#6 Oct 23, 2012
Teachers went to school to teach. They didn't sign up to change diapers. If your kid is delayed so much that he can't use the bathroom. Maybe he should stay at home until he can. I don't want my kids teacher taking time out to change diapers. I want him or her to teach. Potty training is the job or parents not strangers at a school. I would be to ashamed to send my kid to school knowing another person is wiping his or her butt. Public school is not and was not designed to be a parent school. It is designed to teach education. Changing diapers is not education. Like I said earlier. If you kid is going to school wearing a diaper you are wrong. Get off your butt and teach your kid to use the toilet. Stop putting your job on a school teacher. Teachers and I know for a fact don't want to change diapers.
Parent

Glasgow, KY

#7 Oct 23, 2012
To many times have I went to public school just to see another lazy parent bringing in diapers for the teacher. How about this. It is real simple. Keep your kid out of school until he can use the toilet.
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#9 Oct 23, 2012
FYI, Preschool is designed to assist with transitioning. Most schools have no issue with assisting with potty training at this stage, but do require they be trained before entering Kindergarden. Considering that, why so much hostility in regards to potty training when it's just preschoolers and there are no older children being 'inconvenient' to the teacher? Maybe parents would do better around here with proper support instead of all this negativity over such a misunderstood and common issue. Honestly, if the teachers had an issue they are educated enough to voice it or change their career.
new age mama and daddy

Edmonton, KY

#10 Oct 23, 2012
sad wrote:
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Sounds like u must be one of those dealing with changing diapers it something. If not then whats it your business? They are supposed to be trained but some take longer.
It became my business when it was posted on a PUBLIC forum that is set up for people to post their replies. Understand? Duh! Next...
a new day yay

Edmonton, KY

#11 Oct 23, 2012
Parent wrote:
Teachers went to school to teach. They didn't sign up to change diapers. If your kid is delayed so much that he can't use the bathroom. Maybe he should stay at home until he can. I don't want my kids teacher taking time out to change diapers. I want him or her to teach. Potty training is the job or parents not strangers at a school. I would be to ashamed to send my kid to school knowing another person is wiping his or her butt. Public school is not and was not designed to be a parent school. It is designed to teach education. Changing diapers is not education. Like I said earlier. If you kid is going to school wearing a diaper you are wrong. Get off your butt and teach your kid to use the toilet. Stop putting your job on a school teacher. Teachers and I know for a fact don't want to change diapers.
Exactly! But these people have been made to believe that it is the duty of the rest of the population to take care of them because they are victims of everything and everybody. Hopefully that will CHANGE here in a few days and they will be forced to be responsible citizens and parents when they no longer can demand that we the people take care of them from cradle to grave.
Parent

Glasgow, KY

#13 Oct 23, 2012
No teachers like to keep their jobs and say nothing. Mostly they talk about how lazy a parent is or how inconfident a parent is to have kids they don't teach to use the bathroom. Why do parents need support. Parents need to stop acting like kids and become adults. Proper support. What is that. Parents either do their jobs or give up their kids. If they can't teach a kid to use the bathroom. What else are they not teaching them. Public school is not potty training school.
a new day yay

Edmonton, KY

#14 Oct 23, 2012
Karma wrote:
FYI, Preschool is designed to assist with transitioning. Most schools have no issue with assisting with potty training at this stage, but do require they be trained before entering Kindergarden. Considering that, why so much hostility in regards to potty training when it's just preschoolers and there are no older children being 'inconvenient' to the teacher? Maybe parents would do better around here with proper support instead of all this negativity over such a misunderstood and common issue. Honestly, if the teachers had an issue they are educated enough to voice it or change their career.
And honestly the teachers could actually do their job and teach if they didn't have to babysit and parent the lazy welfare ho's and pill poppin' daddy's kids. These idiots are not victims. They are lazy and they have been assured that they are victims and deserve to have others do for them and pay for them.
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#15 Oct 23, 2012
Union Teacher wrote:
<quoted text>Nowhere in our contracts does it call for changing of diapers or housebreaking the little brats.
If you truly feel children are 'little brats', you should not be a teacher!
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#16 Oct 23, 2012
Parent wrote:
No teachers like to keep their jobs and say nothing. Mostly they talk about how lazy a parent is or how inconfident a parent is to have kids they don't teach to use the bathroom. Why do parents need support. Parents need to stop acting like kids and become adults. Proper support. What is that. Parents either do their jobs or give up their kids. If they can't teach a kid to use the bathroom. What else are they not teaching them. Public school is not potty training school.
Wow. Do you still believe the same thing in cases where parents HAVE tried and do everything that's expected of them? A child not able to train due to delays or other legitimate reasons should just be given up? I'm not saying that a child shouldn't be potty trained. Just that I don't see the issue if they are transitioning in preschool. Considering the school here requires potty trained children before Kindergarden, I don't understand everyone's hostility over just Preschool. If everyone is referring to older children, that's different.
Karma

Glasgow, KY

#17 Oct 23, 2012
a new day yay wrote:
<quoted text>And honestly the teachers could actually do their job and teach if they didn't have to babysit and parent the lazy welfare ho's and pill poppin' daddy's kids. These idiots are not victims. They are lazy and they have been assured that they are victims and deserve to have others do for them and pay for them.
If all parents are as bad as you say, maybe it's good the teachers do 'babysit' so the children can have a better influence than the one at home. I never called the parents victims. I'm just saying not ALL are lazy or uninvolved parents. There should be equality, but don't judge the children. You also can't justify labeling all patents in such a way without knowing the child's situation.
a new day yay

Edmonton, KY

#18 Oct 23, 2012
Karma wrote:
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If all parents are as bad as you say, maybe it's good the teachers do 'babysit' so the children can have a better influence than the one at home. I never called the parents victims. I'm just saying not ALL are lazy or uninvolved parents. There should be equality, but don't judge the children. You also can't justify labeling all patents in such a way without knowing the child's situation.
If a school aged child pees and poops in his pants on a daily basis then the parents should be responsible parents and have the child in a special needs class or home school them until they are potty trained (unless there is a medical condition at which the teacher is not responsible for or paid to be the child's caregiver) They are there to teach your child how to read and write and comprehend and add and subtract and teach them History and Geography. They are not paid or required to wipe the ass of a 6 year old that was never taught better at home.

You want schools (the State) to be responsible for what all children eat, be responsible for potty training the kids in their classroom, you demand they not be able to discipline the kids in their care, you want them all to receive recognition for other kids achievements so as not to be left out even though they never tried in the first place and you demand they be social workers even tho they have no training in that field and on and on and on.

You brought the kid into this world now step up, stand up and suck it up...be responsible for your kids behavior. Quit depending on the government to raise the kids you laid down and made with all the baby daddies!
Parent

Glasgow, KY

#19 Oct 23, 2012
I pay teachers to educate. Not change diapers. As far as special needs. These are the parents that need to do the most work. Yes there are lots of special needs parents think they can do nothing and not even try to teach there kids. They would rather get there check. Kids need to be potty trained by their parents not by the public school. I think it is child abuse if you don't teach your kids. Social services should be paying you a visit. Your kids are a reflection of the parents. Like I said it should be a law that if you have a kid in public school they should be potty trained. I just wish teachers would stand up and there helpers and say we are not changing diapers.
sad

Bowling Green, KY

#20 Oct 23, 2012
new age mama and daddy wrote:
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It became my business when it was posted on a PUBLIC forum that is set up for people to post their replies. Understand? Duh! Next...
Yeah and you're probably the dumb ass that started it. It's not taking away from anybody just because a kid is working on potty training. And if teachers have no problem,its nothing to you but an opinion!
sad

Bowling Green, KY

#21 Oct 23, 2012
a new day yay wrote:
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Exactly! But these people have been made to believe that it is the duty of the rest of the population to take care of them because they are victims of everything and everybody. Hopefully that will CHANGE here in a few days and they will be forced to be responsible citizens and parents when they no longer can demand that we the people take care of them from cradle to grave.
Let's get political now. We're having this debate why?
sad

Bowling Green, KY

#22 Oct 23, 2012
Union Teacher wrote:
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Nowhere in our contracts does it call for changing of diapers or housebreaking the little brats.
And honey if you are a teacher and feel that way about kids,I sure hope you quit soon!

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