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My 6 year old's not long told me that he's had enough and he's leaving home !!

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All because I'm a horrible mum as I wouldn't let him have any chocolate after his dinner as he was naughty earlier but let his sister. He's packed a suitcase - which has a pair of trainers in it, scho… Read More
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7y, 2w agoPosted 7 years, 2 weeks ago
All because I'm a horrible mum as I wouldn't let him have any chocolate after his dinner as he was naughty earlier but let his sister. He's packed a suitcase - which has a pair of trainers in it, school shoes, sunglasses and a small soft football lol

On a serious note tho, is it just me?? He is usually a really good boy:(
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7y, 2w agoPosted 7 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
At least he packed his school shoes so we know he's not stupid lol X)
#2
looooooooooooooool and I bet his soo serious about leaving haha!!!! They are so funny at that age!!!
banned#3
Yes its just you. Its all your fault 'cos you really are a bad mum! :p

PS can I have his chocolate?
#4
lol, think its the whole coming to the end of term thing. is he going to juniors in sept?
mines been a pickle too, mostly becuase i won't let him stay up to watch the footie ;-)
#5
choc1969
At least he packed his school shoes so we know he's not stupid lol X)
lol yh, although he'd b naked

bossyboots
looooooooooooooool and I bet his soo serious about leaving haha!!!! They are so funny at that age!!!
Yh he was, got well stroppy......although he said he'd eat his dinner 1st lol

guv
Yes its just you. Its all your fault 'cos you really are a bad mum! :pPS can I have his chocolate?
Too late - I eaten eat:)
#6
AAww bless !!, hehe, just picturing him now packing his 'essentials' ! i know where your coming from though my little man was six last week , but gotta say if he was leaving home the last thing he would pack was shoes, clothes etc all he would put in his bag would be his bloomin,precious power rangers and gormitis !!!!

ps , not you btw its kids for ya !!!, mine havnt threatened me with that one yet though , lol x
#7
I always packed my teddy bear and some food. Never thought of clothes. I never got further than about 100 yds down the road
#8
my lad still packs a case at least once a month and he's 10 - but he's never gone out of the door with it !

He's a good lad - but is going through a stage where 'we make him do all the housework as well as his school work' ie. clear his plates after tea and lay the table with his sister (he must think a fairy washes, cleans, tidies, cooks, gets his clothes out ready for the next day etc !) ...... he'll be fine tomorrow - remember you are a good mum - and all the books say kids need boundaries - so stick with it !
#9
lol bless him, my son was going to leave when he was about that age, he's 17 now & still here, X)
#10
I wish a couple of mine would pack a case and leave!
#11
owens101
lol, think its the whole coming to the end of term thing. is he going to juniors in sept?mines been a pickle too, mostly becuase i won't let him stay up to watch the footie ;-)
you could be right there lol, no year 2 next year but it's possibly that - being eldest in the school and that.


shopstilldrops
AAww bless !!, hehe, just picturing him now packing his 'essentials' ! i know where your coming from though my little man was six last week , but gotta say if he was leaving home the last thing he would pack was shoes, clothes etc all he would put in his bag would be his bloomin,precious power rangers and gormitis !!!!ps , not you btw its kids for ya !!!, mine havnt threatened me with that one yet though , lol x
lol well I was pretty surprised with the shoe's I must admit - no clothes mind haha. He's a little so and so for making me feel like this. At least he was really sorry after...told me he loved me aaahhhhhh
#12
barky
I wish a couple of mine would pack a case and leave!


oh - bet you'd miss them !
#13
Goofeys Girl
I always packed my teddy bear and some food. Never thought of clothes. I never got further than about 100 yds down the road
luckily he never left the living room lol
lucerysmum
my lad still packs a case at least once a month and he's 10 - but he's never gone out of the door with it !He's a good lad - but is going through a stage where 'we make him do all the housework as well as his school work' ie. clear his plates after tea and lay the table with his sister (he must think a fairy washes, cleans, tidies, cooks, gets his clothes out ready for the next day etc !) ...... he'll be fine tomorrow - remember you are a good mum - and all the books say kids need boundaries - so stick with it !
Thanks hun, he gets a bit stroppy with jobs he ha to do too, think that and everthing all added together just made him snap lol
richp
lol bless him, my son was going to leave when he was about that age, he's 17 now & still here, X)
That makes me feel better then xx
barky
I wish a couple of mine would pack a case and leave!

lol
#14
My six year old regularly announces hes leaving town, first time I thought he was joking but then we noticed him walking down the drive!! Since then when he announces hes leaving we lock the doors and windows just in case:) He wanted to leave to join the circus a few weeks back so he tried to take the dog with him but other than that he never packs just tries to leave.:)
#15
kidcat
My six year old regularly announces hes leaving town, first time I thought he was joking but then we noticed him walking down the drive!! Since then when he announces hes leaving we lock the doors and windows just in case:) He wanted to leave to join the circus a few weeks back so he tried to take the dog with him but other than that he never packs just tries to leave.:)

That's reeeeally scary actually aint it?? Poor u, mine had better not do that!! This is bad enough. lol about the joining the circus bit tho x
#16
Smart kid!! Aren't they cute at that age?!
#17
barky
I wish a couple of mine would pack a case and leave!

Barky i thought yours were going to pack a case each and leave . . . . . . . along with you and mrs barky to Turkey . . . . again! whatever happened to that?
#18
At tea time, as usual coaxing the kids into eating the small nutritious meals I had prepared.

My 6 year old then shouts "when I am big and you come to my house, I am going to make you eat pizza all the time" (all because pizza was her favourite and I would not let her have it every night !)

Cracked me up totally......she is 21 tomorrow.....treasure every moment (: - o
#19
i remember when I did this. I had a fun size box of coco pops, pants, a wrestling figure and my drawing book. I woulda made it large
#20
Aww bless, such a sweet age eh? LOL!

My daughter is 8 and has never done that, but my son is 6 in December and I can confidently predict that he will do it - when he's got a strop on he sometimes says that I am not going to be allowed to come to his house, when he's got one that is!

I used to do this though, I did bring some clothes, a sandwich and some books and go and camp in the bushes in the park till tea time!
#21
Lol!! I used to do this, I use to pack a small red suitcase with a teddy in and sit at the end of the road until mum got me!!
How cute your son is aww!
#22
No, it's not just you Hannah.
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My sisters and I would regularly leave home. We would pack whatever we thought was necessary and depart. I remember pushing my little sister in her pushchair, elder sister carrying the bag, along the entry to my auntie's. I think once or twice we stayed the night.
#23
I ran away when i was 16 and packed all my school books and uniform! Went to the payphone and phoned one of my teachers and said that I had run away from home...now what did I do next? lol
banned#24
Takes me back to when i was naughty my mum threatened to have us taken away by social services after beating us with kitchen utensils.
#25
lol,kids are soo funny. When my 9 year old son wants something and i say no, he starts moaning and i say "i know i'm the most evil, horrible mum in the world" then becuase he still wants something he goes "no mum your not" X) lol
#26
fern37
I ran away when i was 16 and packed all my school books and uniform! Went to the payphone and phoned one of my teachers and said that I had run away from home...now what did I do next? lol


What did you do next?! Came back home huh? :-)
1 Like #27
wait til they get to the age where what he said is not a threat but a hugely disappointing tease X)
mind you mine cant get out of bed let alone leave home *sigh*
#28
where the hell did he get the idea of packing his bag and leaving at 6...........is this a common occurence in your household or something?

is he watching the soaps already?
#29
michelleleemoo
wait til they get to the age where what he said is not a threat but a hugely disappointing tease X)mind you mine cant get out of bed let alone leave home *sigh*

lol,that made me giggle !!
#30
shopstilldrops
michelleleemoo
wait til they get to the age where what he said is not a threat but a hugely disappointing tease X)mind you mine cant get out of bed let alone leave home *sigh*


lol,that made me giggle !!


putting stuff in a bag would be far too exhausting, its enough if he picks something up off the floor! I'm not kidding you, the boy could give a sloth a run for his money
#31
My cousin said he was leaving home when he was younger, his mum said fine and opened the door (Had been a reeeeeeeeeeally long day and this was about 30 years ago, so was safer then etc) knew he wouldnt get far.

Less than a minute later he knocked on the door and asked her to cross him over the road because my nan lived on the other side LOL!

Old enough to run away from home, but he went back to ask her to cross him over the road! Still gets teased about it now!
#32
kelly_o_fanatic
My cousin said he was leaving home when he was younger, his mum said fine and opened the door (Had been a reeeeeeeeeeally long day and this was about 30 years ago, so was safer then etc) knew he wouldnt get far.

Less than a minute later he knocked on the door and asked her to cross him over the road because my nan lived on the other side LOL!

Old enough to run away from home, but he went back to ask her to cross him over the road! Still gets teased about it now!


thats funny, if anyone threatens to leave home in this house it's me.
#33
Marina
fern37
I ran away when i was 16 and packed all my school books and uniform! Went to the payphone and phoned one of my teachers and said that I had run away from home...now what did I do next? lol



What did you do next?! Came back home huh? :-)


No...thankfully in those days, teachers could take an interest in a kid's welfare. I spent the evening with one of them and then got talked into returning home. Parents had gone to bed and hadn't bothered to report me missing!! Then i got the silent treatment of my parents for 2 weeks! I should have stayed away!
#34
Sorry everyone..... lost this thread due to the new site!! Thanks for all ur comment.....glad it's not just me!!

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