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But kids were not outside. This blog is hilarious. My parents use to do the same stuff with us. Let us do whatever we want basically, and we turned out fine. There was that one day that my brother was left at Toys-R-Us accidentally, but noone kidnapped him lol.
Love the site and found it to bee interesting. I grew up with a strict father who was always watching us wherever we went and it hampered me when I became an adult in the way I was ill prepared for the big wide world. But as I said its not the same world as we used to live in. Cant even leave our house door unlocked nowadays. Hi, I stumbled upon this website after a very long discussion in the middle of the night with my husband. We have a six year old daughter and a 14 month old daughter. There are quite a few kids that live in our neighborhood though.
As my daughter has gotten older she has wanted to make friends here. There are many very young girls constantly unsupervised I rarely see their parents if ever. We have always just met up with these girls at the park to let them play while I watch or sit and read. The unfortunate things are this…. Also, of the girls my daughter wants to play with, both of her parents are addicted to meth. I cannot get past all my worry. Any words of advice will help. I am also one of those kids who grew up without my Parents hovering over me.
My Mother was simply too busy with housework and such, and my Father was busy working. Parents were around, but not like today watching your every move.
No one was every worried about us getting abducted, murdered, or anything like that. Now granted, we lived in the suburbs, which at least way back when was considered way more safe than living in the city Chicago to be exact. But anyways, there were a lot more kids out playing and just doing whatever. And what concerns my Ex the most the children live with me, NOT her is that I let them have that freedom!
Our Daughter will be going to Kindergarten in the fall, and my Ex is horrified that I will be letting Her walk to school by herself. My Ex had a helicopter Mother. Gee, I wonder where her attitude comes from? Great read and good information for parents looking for a good approach to parenting especially in these times. Your parenting tips are insightful and I love your writing style.
I grew up very free range, and in Europe as well where this is still, as far as I can tell, more accepted than it is in the US. They told me to roll on the floor if I ever caught fire, or jump in the cold shower or any water immediately. They told me how to dial in the US and what to say.
Then they just let me play outside with the neighbourhood kids untill the street lights came on. No cellphones back then either. Yes, I scraped my knees more times than I care to remember drove my mum nuts because my jeans needed so many patches , I sprained my ankle, split my lip, once had a huge black eye because a kid on a bike ran the handlebar into my face , I fell out of trees, I cut myself with my own pocket knife, I burnt my fingers making little campfires.
Bumps, scrapes, blisters and everything. Once I was approached by a creepy guy in the public pool with a friend we were both 10 and my mum had dropped us off for an afternoon of swimming. He told me my mum asked him to come and collect me. He quickly walked away, and I immediately ran to the pool safety guard and described the man to him.
Yes it was scary afterwards when I fully realised what could have happened , but I also felt very proud that I had done the right thing. My parents had taught me well, and it paid off.
And if I ever have kids of my own, I will want them to feel the same way and learn through experience like I did. Although I will probably give them a cellhone. I have a problem with this idea….. My parents also raised me very free range in the s. Nothing ever happened to me that was too bad — a rusted nail incident, some scuffs and fights, etc.
My parents were NOT helicopter parents — they let me do pretty much whatever I wanted to do. So now I have no close relationship with them.
I never developed a bond with them like kids who grow up with parents that care for them more closely, share their problems and try to help them work it out, I grew up clueless in another way: I had no idea about so many things because no one gave me guidance or advice. I grew up alone, with a group of kids who also grew up alone, lord of the flies style. There is a middle point between the philosophy on this site and extreme helicopter parenting. There is love, warmth, advice, babying when needed adults need babying sometimes too.
I think my parents were just lazy, honestly, They brought kids into the world but wanted to be watching TV, shopping or chatting with their friends or planning parties. The helicopter model is a reaction to this type of parenting. I had no carseat. Is that a good thing? Anyway, they will be all grown up and gone soon.
Parents in the U. Why the lack of emotional attachment? Why the hurry to throw them out? This should be examined. I was a free-range child. I grew up in the late 80s early 90s. I lived in small towns and suburbs. From the time my three brothers and I were maybe 7 or so, we spent nearly every day of our summers and after school hours outside.
All the kids in my neighborhoods were treated like this. We roamed around in little packs. We had boundaries, the busy road at the edge of our neighborhood, for example. The worse things that happened to me: I cut myself whittling arrows and needed stitches. I drank water straight from a stream and got sick. I fell out of a tree and sprained my ankle. We got plenty of exercise, fresh air and vitamin D. I see the way kids are raised today with schedules as busy as my adult one and I wonder whether their imaginations are intact.
Whether they are given moments to day dream, to play house and or pretend to be Indians or adventures. You are are doing a wonderful thing. As a child I can remember riding my bike miles away from my house, with no worries.
I would show up at dark from dinner and do it again the next day. Times have changed, but I commend you on educating your child. You are the last of a dying breed. I think the problem with kids these days is way too much video games and TV.
You learn so much when you are on your own, regardless of age. And I try not to monopolize all their time and allow them to ask me to go do things. So sad how people confuse free ranging with laziness. Free ranging is about making the effort to teach your kids how to look after themselves, what to do in an emergency, how to explore and adventure safely.
I fear for my neice. And her mum is a nurse!!! I had a mostly free range childhood…i had stricter boundaries than my friends, the end of the street rather than the park, 8pm rather than 9…but I loved it all. I fell out of trees, came off my bike, skinned my knees and elbows rollerblading. Wouldnt change it for the world. My neice has even been pulled out of nursery…too many germs, she was always ill. Also, she isnt allowed to wander her nans house without holding her mums hand.
They have a 1inch slate hearth round their fire, she might fall, crack her head open and die!!!! Free-range parenting is NOT about being lazy! Just the opposite, actually. It take more work to teach your child how to be independent than it does to be a helicopter parent.
Free-range parents have to put in so much effort on the front-end to make sure their kids know how to take care of themselves in age-appropriate ways. But obviously, there are rules and limits! He does laundry, fixes himself lunch, and is a straight A student. Let your kids surprise you with what they are capable of doing. Tell them how to take care of themselves and research the best methods for teaching kids how to stay safe. I have to say that for the last few of hours i have been hooked by the amazing articles on this website.
Keep up the good work. My mom emailed me this article simply for interest sake we often reminisce about how kids used to play freely in the neighbourhood and wonder about where all of the children have gone from the playgrounds. Some people say its mean or too harsh, but I want my son to understand how the real world works. Our kids are capable of so much more than the world gives them credit for!
Now that I have two kids, I usually let them work out their own battles- sometimes by making them responsible for one another and for keeping peace between them. I simply became aware of your website and also wanted to mention that I have actually liked searching your website content. In any event I will be subscribing in the supply using this program. I think one of the best parts of the article is the shift in attitude from yesterday to today with allowing are children to do different things.
Back in the s I was a 13 year old construction worker handling a PSI pressure washer and no one said a word. Now people would send an employer to jail for that sort of thing. While I happily pass along many of these items to friends and charities, I have been at a loss when it comes to the monogrammed apparel and other items personalized with their names or initials.
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As part of LollyDaisy. Contest details are available on http: The website is slated to launch in October Sellers may begin posting items for sale in August Thank you for your work and courage presenting these ideas. My own thoughts around childrearing was catalyzed with my volunteer work with a group children in an orphanage in India. Their ages ranged from They had very little in the way material goods or adult direction. They had food, shelter, clothes and went to public schools.
There primary socialization, and caring came from one another. How they were with me and with each other was different enough, in a positive way, that I began questioning my personal and cultural assumptions about children and childrearing.
A particular idea that had been always in the background of my thinking came to the foreground and other articles supporting and connected to it started coming to me recently including now your work. US Department of Justice. According to the U. Department of Justice, victims of rape and sexual assault report that in nearly 3 out of 4 incidents, the offender was not a stranger. Greenfield, et al, Sex Offenses and Offenders: United States Department of Justice.
Like rape, child molestation is one of the most underreported crimes: FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin Reading between the lines should point at who the more provable dangerous people to children are, which we are in denial about. Can you even begin to imagine the grief parents would get today if they allowed that to happen? I will certainly be passing along the link to your site to them in the hopes that some of the edge can be taken off. I teach piano out of my home and typically have parents sit in the next room while I give their child a lesson.
This works well most of the time. They are simply too overbearing. Even though kids a while away for me for now these are interesting points to consider. I like how this article is challenging me. I also feel that I would do almost anything to prevent her from ever experiencing certain horrors.
That may be mostly by people they know, but this fills me with dred. I do let her stand in the shopping cart, despite others disapproval. I like the site alot but I do propose that outside the helicoptering or not, some kids are just not mature enough to be as free range in certain ways than others, not owing to the threat of abduction.
Some kids are wildly thrill seeking and its more intrinsic and less subject to parental molding and exercising caution is not a bad thing.
I have stumbled across your website from a link in a Slate article about the woman who got arrested for letting her daughter go to the park by herself. I am so in agreement with you about the bombardment of negativity in the media, leading to a culture of fear. I lived at the end of a cul-de-sac, in a row of townhouses, but still could not go further than one house to my right and 4 houses to my left.
Thank you for putting yourself out there regarding this issue. For all the flack you receive, please know, there are those of us who support your movement. For me, it is therapeutic. Good day I am so thrilled I found your website, I really discovered you by accident, while I was looking on Aol for things else, Anyways I am right here now and would just like to say kudos for a incredible post and a all round exciting blog I also like layout, I never have time to read it all at the moment but I have saved it and also added in your RSS feeds to my Google, so when I have time I will be return to read much more, Please do keep up to date the superb jo.
What can we do to liberate our kids without getting criminally charged for child abandonment? I consider my kids to be pretty smart but how do you teach them independence if you are worried about informants or good samaritans turning you in? You do err, though, in thinking that bottlefeeding is acceptable. It does kill 1. It does make children less confident, as well as the well-known less healthy.
Based on misconceptions vital to the profits of the breastmilk substitute racket. I was really startled by the story about the woman who left her kid at the park alone… because she got arrested.
Could you please provide some advice and guidance on the legal limits for free range raising, and the legal rights the parents have? This was an awesome post, Gabriel age 7 positively loves your sense of humor!
We discovered this in looking at home school options, for mom Laurel this article solidified my choice! LOL Gabriel there are more and more of us parents recognizing the plight of our children when exposed to public schools which also perpetuate these unproductive fears!
Thanks for defending all of us publicly!! Che ragazzo non vuole giocare? Pertanto modulo Fredericks due gruppi vetrina, uno composto da top 17 di scuola superiore e un altro composto da top 17 underclassmen. Mentre si dirigeva verso la porta per andare al lavoro, fermare il suo figlio maggiore, Lucas esso.
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My neighbor drives to the bottom of our common driveway every day to pick up his son from the school bus.
The boy appears to be about 7 or 8. The driveway does serve several other homes, but there is next to no traffic on it. For sure, some of this is due to the job situation and student loan debt. But what do parents like this expect? I just had to write this. And I lived in the big, bad, dangerous city, not the rural area where I live now. Does running a blog like this take a great deal of work? Anyhow, if you have any ideas or tips for new blog owners please share. I understand this is off subject but I simply wanted to ask.
I was free ranged, turned out just fine. There was no harm done, but you could have swore that I held a loaded gun to my stomach. This is interesting as back in the , late 60s and early 70s we were more independent at a younger age. I would travel from my home town to central London at the age of 11 to watch soccer. That is like a child today going to LA from san diego on their own. At 9 we would travel to our nearby towns on our own and on the weekends our parents wouldnt see us most of the time as we were out.
It was a lot more dangerous then as people were not as aware of the perils, unlike today everyone is always on the watch. I was a Free Range Kid for almost, now that I think about it many years. Partly because my parents tuned out. Partly because where I grew up, the neighborhood raised the child.
We were in and out of houses on either side of us and across the street. Kids need to learn to own their lives. Trauma is going to happen in life thats my field , and kids who own are more resilient. This website and what it promotes is irresponsible and lazy parenting.
Children deciding when they want to be independent is the measuring stick advocated here as if children have the capacity to make the best parenting decisions for themselves. This website is at very least dangerous. This is a refreshing outlook on parenting. If your 3 year old decides they want to walk to the park. If your 9 year old wants to meet a friend half a block away to play outside? Well, it all depends on the kid, the parents, and the neighborhood. Where does it start and stop?
When my mom was pregnant with me she was visiting her parents far away and then she had me, so for the first five years of my life I lived with my grandparents. When I was only 4 I could walk to my friends house down the street and I would go from yard to yard playing with friends, or on my own exploring the world completely unsupervised.
I learned a lot on my own and it was so carefree too. I would literally play outside till the streetlights came on most of the time, and I never got tired.
Then of course I had to go back to my real mom and dads house eventually and things went downhill from their sadly HelicopterDaddy R.
P my short lived carefree free range childhood It is not freedom that I fear in child rearing, but corrupt democrat party philosophy that teaches our children to rely on government handouts to coddle them cradle to grave. A free range parent, who also votes for Hillary Clinton is two faced, and hypocritical. It is impossible to teach a child responsibility and self reliance and then turn around and vote for the corrupt elitist democrat party. I think that people have a skewed idea of how dangerous the US is.
If you were to only watch the news you would think we lived in mortal terror everyday. The news really only reports bad things that happen, rarely do they report good news. Reality check; walk around your city and neighborhood and then decide what the true reality is. And my parents basically told me go out and play and come back for dinner back then.
I looked at a poll about this the most recent harassment http: An additional 58, are taken by nonrelatives with primarily sexual motives. However, only reported abductions represent cases in which strangers abduct and kill children, hold them for ransom, or take them with the intention to keep. That defies all expectations. If the United States includes custody dispute kidnappings in their tally and other nations do not, that would mean the proper calculation comes from dividing 58, by the If only stranger-perpetrated criminal abductions are counted, the US rate drops to out of We thought we were alone.
When I think of it, It is funny that people have applied the term nanny state to things most people would agree are prudent precautions safety glass anyone?
Now people are going to be afraid to let their children explore not because of the creeps of the periphery of the system, but because of the well-meaning but misguided creeps within it. I remember when I was stationed in Okinawa in I was walking home at 2am totally sober I assure you…ok, not even close and there was a kid who started walking with me.
I would have guessed that she was maybe years old. My Japanese was decent at the time, and I was a little concerned, because it was 2am. I asked her where that was, and she indicated that it was about a half mile away, thru a bar heavy area of town.
I later ran into their parents, who owned a restaurant that catered to Marines. They said this is typical not only for their family, but for many in Okinawa.
I grew up in Britain. I was a baby-sitter at 11 years of age, walking home at In America, it is I who would have needed a baby-sitter. No one felt our parents were negligent. Of course, we had the NHS so no one worried about medical bills — and certainly, no one felt they deserved thousands in compensation. If any adult saw dangerous play, they stepped up and said something and you knew their next call would be to your parents.
As is often the case, we have decided to put all our law-abiding citizens and their children in jail so they are protected from free-range criminal — and then act surprised when our children are self-centered, naive, inexperienced, and irresponsible adults.
I was raised in West Allis Wisconsin a block from a railroad track. My school was on the other side of the tracks and I would walk the 5 blocks to school some times with my 7 year old brother, some times alone.
On the way home I would daily pass through the local hardware store and marvel at everything there from nuts and bolts to toy trains. Holding his hand and standing within a few feet of the tracks the huge steam locomotive chugged by pulling a long line of cars, shaking the ground and blowing steam and soot high into the air.
I asked my Dad: Later in life thanks much to my Dad, I became a top Turbo Machinery Engineer and an expert in all forms of rotating equipment, particularly steam turbines and engines. Hmmm… the opinions above lack any sort of common sense. Formula is considered bad for good reason. We reduced doing those things for good reason.
Kids need freedom, but they also need safety. My mother gave me absolutely no supervision as a kid. There would be a whole jail black devoted to adults who broke the law with me had any legally minded adult been watching. The world is not a joke. My kids have much more experience in self defense than I do competitive taekwondo , but I still am very wary about how they go about being away from adults.
As a kid I noticed that large groups of kids that include males tend to be safe from adult attention as long as they stick together and stay away from dangerous situations. This is the most irresposible parenting that I have ever heard of.
Iti s as if you want your kids to grow up once they are out if the womb. After reading the comments, it would be hard for someone to chose who would get a vehicle.
Everyone is deserving, situations are different. But I am very moved by what Vicki posted. She herself is in need and after reading the stories of the other mothers, she said if it came down to the person she read about or herself she would suggest that other person, That is very selfless and generous. And I hope She get one just for that…. People like Vicki are to few and far which is very sad….
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I live on victorville ca Call and ask for help for abuse there are tons of shelters you can leave to. Just for a couple days. You will get a place sooner. If you can, report the abuse to local police just before you leave for protection down the road. Secretly get things ready. One item at a time. Call the abuse hotline, they are all over the web. If you stay too long and something bad happens to you like another hospital visit or neighbors seeing something. The child services WILL take your children away.
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I just got through a divorce, and now going through a child custody battle… The money I was going to use to try and purchase a car my tax return I had to use for my attorney. A vehicle would bless my family with abundance if I could just get to interviews. I know I have potential, and being 23 years old… I have to start getting on my own two feet.. I really pray someone may be able to help me. I work every day.. I have a car that is on its last leg.. I have to put oil in it every day.. I know it is going to completely tear up and been told engine is shot..
Have no money left to ever fix it.. Just so I can safely get back and forth to work and my kids to school..
I will continue praying each and every day and hoping God sees fit for my prayer to be answered.. I live in north carolina…. Hello I dont feel comfortable saying to much about my life or even asking for things but it seems asking for help is all ive asked lately but it seems ni one wants to help. I got help with the biggest thing a couple mo ago which was my an my childrens lives being spared my my ex.
We stuggled an afraid. I literally was almost killed for my kids. Im on some gov asst for food an medical i.
We lost everything in a fire and had absolutely nothing but clothes on our back , totally devastating. Hi, I am a mother of only. I want a job but I live out of town and no way to go back and forth to a job or the store or doctors appointments.
So if someone can help me please I would be forever grateful. My name is Mariah and I have a 6 year old son to support, only get child action help. Try to work and eventually go to school to become a nurse where I can make better money than fast foods. I was in a accident totaled my car. My grandma takes care of her mom who is My name is Demetria I am a mother of 3 of the most grateful loving and deserving little ones i feel on this planet as well as other mothers feel about their own little ones which is true for us all.
My children and I fell on hard times after the split of their father and I while 2 months pregnant and not alot of job experience. The past few years have been difficult but somehow I have managed to get experience in being a caregiver to the elderly who have Alzheimer and Dementia disease. I Had a vehicle that i was making payments on that ended up dying and forcing me out of the workforce.
Although I apply everyday online and when I can get out just to grocery shop, I do receive call backs from the jobs I apply to it is now that since I have not worked in so long I do not have money for a car to get to these jobs to ensure a prosperous future for my kids and myself I want to succeed in my life, and now I am asking for help that I may not deserve to ask for but I have run out of ways in not asking for anything so I am giving it a shot and praying that someone will bless my family with the opportunity to have a vehicle in order to make a change for the better in our lives.
I pray that god blesses and touches your hearts in this matter. I am a single mother of 5 I recently moved to Georgia with my fiancee and his family to better myself and my life for my kids.
I am a single mother of two small girls. I am recently back in school full time and working full time to support my kids.
I am fighting their father for custody. He was abusive to me and to our oldest daughter. I want nothing to do with him. He is not paying child support or trying to make the girls lives better in any means. I cant afford to fix the car I currently have. I am not seeking a new car just some help to fix the car I own. I am trying to teach my girls to be strong and not depend on a man to support them. I realize asking for help on this website is not standing alone on my own two feet.
Everyone does require help at some point in their life. This is me asking for some help so I can continue in the right direction and be the a good role model for my girls. My 4yr old son, 3yr old daughter, and myself have been renting a room in a house that has given us 30 days to move out because it has been foreclosed. I have been working 2 jobs just to get food in their bellies, and the rest so that we can sleep under a roof. We had a car that got me to work, but it overheated a few days ago and now needs work replacing new head gaskets!
Both jobs i work for require a car for transportation and has been running low on patience for me to return to work. My kids and I walk to the 99 cents store a few miles away from our home in this high heat each day so we can purchase food and necessities.
The cost of fixing our car, coming up with a deposit to have a new home, and money to buy food is impossible for just me to do! I try to take 3 steps forward but get knocked 10 steps back. My kids are so deserving of what I only dream of us having. I am a 26 year old single mother of 4. I have two girls and two boys. I have struggled to find a job because I have no car or gas money to give anyone to take me places.
I have misseed doctors appointments and have not been able to take my children anywhere. Sometimes its really hard to ask for work but I really am at a point where I need it. I need tranportion to get to my doctors appointments and attorneys office. There hours are the same as my doctors appointments so they need they car. There are times went doctor call me to go ran some test at the last minute at main hospital on the other side of town.
So I have so many medical problems in getting around to where need to go at times. So if someone can really help me in getting a car I really appreciate very much in helping me. The only help I get from government is snap to get my food. I have to stay at my parents place and use my moms car until I can find a cheap one, and its hard to use it between me needing it for work, and when my mom needs it for an appointment, ect.
If some one can help point me in the right direction to get a extremely cheap or free car that would be great thank you in advance. Single mother full-time student 3 children without reliable transportation,has been a very hard task for me these pass several years. Hi, I am a single mom also in desperate need of a car.
I can afford monthly payments if I could just get past the down payment. Please feel free to pass the link on to someone else if you think they might be able to help.
I am a 36 yr old single mom of a 12 yr old daughter who is just starting junior high this year. I live off of the state food stamps and insurance but would really like not to. I will be starting college this fall and 2 jobs to help the financial burden, however, the burden that I carry now is not having a car. I use to have one a few months ago but fell for an overseas scam from someone that was promising the world, which I bought into and ended up costing me my vehicle.
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