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8-11-2011 @ 9:07PM
Jill, I totally understand where you're coming from. I believe the same.However, there comes a point where the child starts to see that it's the norm and ok, not that it's NOT. It becomes tiresome for the parent to constantly have to tell their child, "No, it's not ok to use that language, even though you see it here." Most of the time, you (the parent) just don't want to have to worry quite so much about it.There's reasonable exposure so the child isn't sent into shock when he encounters the situation, then there's overdoing it.<3
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