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Sledding hill nightmare

This one goes out to the woman in the white vest with 4 kids at the toboggan hill yesterday. It was utterly disgusting to watch your behaviour. Nobody enjoyed watching you yell at your kids, and more importantly the amount of selfies you were taking. You were on your phone 90% of the time there. You didn’t even see your toddler almost get hit by a sled which my husband grabbed him out of the way in time. The second time this happened with your little girl you yelled at an older kid for it happening when it was YOUR job to be watching them. You lost one kid in the woods, but I’m assuming you got enough selfies and forced smiles out of those kids to make it look like you are a good parent. Nobody enjoyed their time on the sled hill that day as you were disruptive. It isn’t the kids fault, but your display of behavior was concerning. You left when someone was calling CPS but Im sure they grabbed your license plate. I hope you get help and please try to be courteous of others especially at a sled hill..lucky one of your kids didnt get injured. 🙁

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  1. Josh Regnier Josh Regnier says:

    Calling CPS on a stranger at a tobogganing hill for nonsensical reasons is a good way to generate some impromptu dental work. #NotYourCircusNotYourMonkeys #MindYourOwnBusiness

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    • Patrick Jean Patrick Jean says:

      Josh Regnier you’re an ignorant idiot aren’t you! Protecting innocent children is EVERYONES business!

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    • Josh Regnier You see a child endangered by someone’s actions you are required by law to report it. If you don’t and it’s find out, you can and will be charged. Keep in mind to that for each law there is four charges on average that can be brought up. I will never keep my mouth shut off a child is being ignored by a parent/gaurdian even if it’s at the hill sledding, where lives have been forever altered and lives lost.

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    • Josh Regnier Child neglect is EVERBODODYS business!! If the adult hadn’t of grabbed that little girl from in front of the toboggan she could have been seriously injured! It’s one thing for it to happen accidents do, it’s another thing for it to happen due to neglect!!

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    • Adam Dee Adam Dee says:

      Lmao. “Endangered”. There’s nothing about this story that suggests these kids were endangered other than the OP’s specific point of view. There are two sides to every story but even the OP’s version doesn’t justify the calling off CPS for this. Four kids is a lot to handle. One kid is a lot to handle.

      I ultimately agree with Josh. Unless something indisputable is happening (like a child is CLEARLY getting beaten or CLEARLY getting neglected) then I whole heartedly agree with his hashtags: not your circus, not your monkeys. Mind your business.

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  2. Cybil Cappo Cybil Cappo says:

    How about instead of waiting the next day to post about it on here go say something to her face if she bothered you SO much ! Smh but you’d rather just stand there and look down on her.

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  3. Some people have no common sense or courtesy anymore. I’m not sure if it’s the way some of those parents have been raised and they pass that same thing on to raising their own children. Or they are just plain stupid??

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  4. How about mind your own goddamn business. First of all CPS should not be called because a parent is taking selfie’s, that’s a misuse of the system.

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  5. Calling CPS is alittle extreme ! Over sledding

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  6. Hiding behind a screen is convenient

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  7. $20 says her side of the story starts “To all the helicopter parents at the sledding hill yesterday……”

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  8. oh no! Get those kids help! She yelled at them.
    Right… because your kids are fucking perfect? You have never raised your voice to them? GTFO

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    • Chase Yaremchuk look up sledding accidents. It wasn’t the trying or selfies that was the deal breaker it was the children getting lost, nearly in a couple sledding incidents (which endangers kids that aren’t hers to) that lead to the call.

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    • And was the kid lost? Cause if so why arent we worried about finding them??

      The kid wandered off momentarily, again, like kids do when they’re playing.

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    • You’re on a piece of plastic and going down a hill covered in snow and you think an incident wouldn’t happen?

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  9. Who ever this poster is! Good for you! I am complete disagreement with the other commenters here. Clearly, there are no perfect parents, and yes we have all yelled at our children, HOWEVER, sometimes when people follow their gut instinct on these kinds of situations they are right to do so. WHAT IF, Just What IF, this was indicative of a bigger problem and no one had the courage to stand up for these Children. If there is nothing wrong then when CPS investigates and the parents have nothing to hide, this is a non-issue. It is those guilty or trying to hide things that always take “offense” to outside interference. LIVE AUTHENTICALLY and you have nothing to worry about. Secondly, perhaps there is a bigger issue, and just perhaps this intervention, by some people at the toboggan hill, will elicit some help for a struggling parent and or children. If NOT – then no issue. It is a win win!!!!

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  10. You guys have missed the crux of the matter, which is NOT her yelling. Rather, her children were in danger and a danger to others!! Please reread her post with an OPEN mind!

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  11. Mary Haggart Mary Haggart says:

    it seems a few people were not interacting with their children on the hill yesterday & instead were on their phones lol

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  12. She didn’t judge, she just pointing out terrible parenting

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  13. I just believe that she ain’t making this up

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  14. Adam Dee Adam Dee says:

    Calling CPS is a little extreme. People need to mind their own business sometimes it sounds like.

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  15. What’s her Instagram? Sounds like they had a good time …

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  16. I doubt CFS will look into it. Workers need more safety concerns to do an assessment, so yelling and being on the phone isn’t one. Yeah she wasn’t watching them good but at least she took them out lol

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  17. April Smith April Smith says:

    Seems like cps is a pretty bad system to put a kid in so u better be damn sure ur right before u go putting kids in group homes op obviously doesn’t know the struggle of being cared for by the government

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    • April Smith CPS usually requires multiple reports to even respond, as I’ve noticed with other cases.

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    • Marlo Cottrell sadly not always. It can be as simple as a call saying your house is dirty (2 year old decided to help change the hampster cage and garbages) and they will take your kid away.

      Not my experience but a close friend, I ended up watching kiddo for a month and having to refuse my friend access until the investigation was completed. Was deemed a malicious call.

      It’s better to call though and be safe then find out you could have made a difference and saved a kid from things worse then foster care.

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    • Was your friend first nations by chance? I know in that, it can be a two tiered system fuelled by discrimination. Also, it’s really a crap shoot. The whole system is broken. I think they have to tear it down and redo it from the ground up.

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    • Marlo Cottrell not true at all

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    • Alexii John Alexii John says:

      Michelle Doucet yes it is true
      Proven in several cases in a court and many cases were later thrown out and kids returned after permanent guardianship was award to cps due to it. Not much research needs to be done to find the reports

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  18. Unfortunately this was one of those situations where you needed to just look the other way, as hard as it may have been. She was there doing what her version of parenting is.

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  19. Get off the dam phone!!
    Stop yelling!! Enjoy your time with your kids!!! Before you know it they will be grownups….
    I’ve seen people in the store yelling & grabbing kids arm..( shocking it didn’t pop out of the socket). I just wanted to slap them!!
    Just my 2 cents!!

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  20. Shawna Jones Shawna Jones says:

    People like that validate that procreation should be a privilege, not a right.

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  21. Alain Levesque see and to me this post SCREAMS over exaggeration

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  22. Alexis Musik Alexis Musik says:

    I was in Mexico a month ago. I watched this couple for days. I hated how they grabbed their son’s arm. Everyday I’d say oh there’s that poor wee poor boy. “ I felt” they favoured their daughter over their son! I started chatting to the mother, it turns out, their 4 year old son couldn’t speak and was so so hyper, they had to hold him by the arms to keep him calm! Well, wow I said to my husband, I’ll never judge again. Maybe the mother you seen yesterday, was having a bad day, maybe someone died, maybe this maybe that ! So your post upsets me because, you just don’t know!

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  23. Charlene Piche to me it doesn’t. Working in playgrounds and the amount of parents I see on their cellphones while their child bolts towards the road is unreal. When you bring the child back after they almost got hit and you tell them. They don’t even say thank you and go back to their phone

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  24. So much judgment today! How about mind your own!

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  25. Ever walk in a mall go shopping. Phones are attached to people it’s the norm. And the new sitter is putting an electrical device in front. That said at end like was said discuss it with the person. Not post

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  26. Why stop with CPS? Selfie Jailtime!!

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  27. It’s like no one grew up in the 80s. My parents opened the door and out I went to go sledding on my own. Now because of people like you I can’t even let my kids play in a fenced backyard alone.

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  28. Erin Harvey Erin Harvey says:

    Call CPS because her kid almost got hit by a sled and she was taking too many selfies? Really? Don’t disrupt them when they have real cases to deal with.

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  29. Tam L Dack Tam L Dack says:

    Least she went with them n didn’t send them alone or keep them home on electronics.. jeeze damned if you do damned if you don’t oh and by all means don’t video or take pics of ur kids

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  30. Tam L Dack Tam L Dack says:

    Benjamin West I’m thinking maybe wasn’t selfies but videos n pics of the kids enjoying themselves lol

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  31. Why the fuck are you saying something on here ? Why didnt you say something to the lady that you are talking about ? Or why didn’t you call cps if you had such a problem with this lady treating her kids the way she did! People like you could make a difference but you didn’t you think posting it on Facebook is going to really do a whole lot ! those poor kids !

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  32. Jenn Jerebic hahah look at my comment

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  33. “Sledding hill nightmare” lol hardly. Sounds like the average parent in today’s society (unfortunately). I love sledding with my kids and I love hanging off the monkey bars with them or pushing them on the swings. Not every other parent are as invested with their time with their children. That’s not my business. It’s sad, sad for the kids and sad that this parent will one day be sitting on the couch all alone, kids grown up and they’ll be sad that they didn’t take the time when they had it. All this endless selfies….are nothing! But that’s on her. I also feel sad that she puts the responsibility of the younger kids on the older kids but guess what?! This is more common than not. Not your rodeo. Also, this doesn’t make her an unfit parent and it doesn’t mean the kids live in an unsafe environment so before you call CPS on petty park moments remember what you’d be inviting into their home.
    Worry about yours.

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  34. I’m glad someone called her out at the sled hill!
    Heartbreaking for those kids

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  35. So you were there watching this lady 90% of the time take pics and yell at her kids. I think you need to remove the bubble wrap from your brain and know what endangering is to wasting CFS time on you’re Pinocchio nosed allegations. You don’t parent the way she parents and vice versa or you’d be to busy watching other parents parent while you’re kids are wondering why you have such an adoration to observe strangers and not them having some fun. I’d say go back to the hill and you’ll see her again and actually apologize or mind your own damn business. If you’re going to post things like this anonymously only shows that you know you’re a busy body and don’t have the spine to talk under your real name unless you had credible issues….which evidence shows that you have nothing to argue but stupidity and judgement upon her and don’t want the public embarrassment of being chappy.

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  36. Janine Wiser Janine Wiser says:

    Using CPS for this situation is by far outrageous! Kids are kids and nothing wrong with a little loud discipline! Of the kid was getting abused then absolutely!

    WE, society could help with this situation by calmly go up to this mother and say hey, this guy almost got hurt by a bunch of kids on a sled, and he could of been severely hurt. Explain that kids on hills die every year and she should be better at keeping her kid safe.

    This is a Public place at the end of the day, so she can be there as much as you can.

    I noticed you haven’t let this go as you posted another rant about this.

    Why didn’t you take a video of her nonsense? Or a pic? Do you know how many people where white vests? Hmm..
    at the end of the day, if you had anxiety over this, you should of kept that boy safe..
    if you seen a mother beating her kid on the street would you just say hey that’s not right or would you physically do what you can to protect this child until cops came?

    So many like to complain about parenting and seeing abuse but yet can’t be bothered to fucking stand up for that child? I guess posting on social media your concerns will make you better?

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