Adorable Hate Letters From a Ticked Off 7-Year-Old

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My 7-year-old daughter frequently disagrees with my parenting decisions and prefers to express her frustration through the written word rather than verbally.

Here is part of my growing collection of "hate mail" from my darling daughter to her horrible parents. Notice her excellent handwriting skills! (She still spells many words phonetically, so translations are included.)

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noneya79 noneya79

That's cute and funny! Sounds like your dd is a drama queen like mine!

kjbug... kjbugsmom1517

Lol! To funny! My daughter will be 7 next month and she verbalizes her hate mail lol. But she writes sorry notes instead of hate mail. Matter of time im sure :).

mommy... mommy2annaliese

The first few were kinda creepy, but thats probably just the hate stuff.


someone of the writing looks like kid writing and some looks like adults, did you help her make them?


i remember writing running away letters when i was little :P


 

linzemae linzemae

I've looked back at cards I gave my mom and it would say "happy mothers day, sorry I say I hate you." ugh, I don't know how she put up with me

Nora Chambers

LOL that is great! Wish I had thought to keep all the letters my now 12 year old son use to write to us HAHA

Jaymie Heffner

lol looks like your doing something right she knows lots of big words and to leave note :) keep up the good work


 

cybil... cybilverbeana

I used to do this to my mom....I would write "NO LOVE ME" (Nobody loves me--because I didn't know how to write nobody I shortened it to no...my point was made).   I would have all kinds of sad faces on it and very angry scribbles.   My mom still laughs about those.  I was so dramatic when I was younger....okay who am I kidding?  I'm still pretty dramatic...

KenneMaw KenneMaw

Seems like a healthy way for her to express her anger. 

nonmember avatar amber

The flip now one is my favorite! :)

the3Rs the3Rs

Huh.  My kids have never written letters expressing hate of any kind.  I would feel really sad if my kids wrote things like that.


They have written apologies if they got in trouble, or notes asking for something (like pizza or video games). 

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