My daughter is the same at 13, it comes from hanging around me.
the fruit does not fall far from the tree.....lol
nope...but at least you know where all your energy went....lol
I think that it's peer pressure and the kids wanting to look hard and grown up but they forget that we are their mothers and not their school friends at times.
Haha. I'm exactly the same with my daughter too.
It's not the words that are the problem, it's the reason behind her using them that you should be dealing with. Anger, frustration, rebellion etc...
Kids get to an age where they have all these new thoughts and feelings (hormones too) and they don't yet have the capacity to deal with them properly. They need to be taught how to handle themselves without simply flying off the handle or exclaiming obscenities. People use swear words when they can't express their emotions and thoughts to a level that is satisfactory to them.
BECOME MORE OF A PARENT THAN A FRIEND
Slap everytime , it works
yea recently, my nephew just bang a book on the table with disgust when I was just trying to explain his homework to him !! freakin pompous disrespectful *****! my father would've slapped me if i ever did such a thing :D lol
my daughter is 9 1/2 and she's got a whooper of a mouth on her.
between laughs and jaw dropping
No matter how much she complains and rant, make sure she knows you care about her and only her. That's the most important thing. She'll, hopefully, come back as a human being in a few years. Remember, it's her job to stretch and test her limits....... I will tell you, as a rule, boys are on the delayed plan about the time they get a drivers license..... Kids are a trip.
duct tape and military school... LOL
Hot sauce. Every time they say those bad words, you make them drink hot sauce til they cry. Then you make them write 100 times they will not use bad words. they will either get the message or they will no longer have tastebuds. Don't wash their mouths out with soap though it could kill them and you don't want to do that, you just want to stop their potty mouths.