Mama Tired of Being Son's 'Doormat' Writes Letter You've Got to See (PHOTO)

As great as it is for children to listen to their parents, there will always be one or two (I'm being generous here) kids who want to go against the grain. So what's a mother to do if her teenage child tries to pull the grown and independent card? Why, make them pay, of course. Check out this mom's honest letter to her 13-year-old son that will grant his wish ... with a price.


As you can see, Estella (that's the name this mom wants to go by) has had enough of her son Aaron's antics. Apparently, if he wants to act like her roommate, he will be charged accordingly.

Hey Estella, you forgot cable (unless you don't have it). That bill can be crazy high!

Hey Folks! If you are even the least bit curious about the background of this letter, here is a link to what lead up to...

Posted by Heidi Johnson on Wednesday, September 2, 2015

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I think most of us can remember giving our parents hell during our teenage years. Kudos to you if you never talked back, stormed off, or gave some melodramatic monologue with a serious pause between breaths. The truth is, it happens. Maybe there's some scientific explanation out there -- outside of puberty of course -- that can demystify why or how mommy's precious little angel transforms into a pain in the butt. I can only continue to tell my own mother how sorry I am for any craziness she had to deal with (she says we're fine because I gave her two grandbabies).

Lord only knows what I would do if one of my children continued to turn up in the disrespectful department. Every child is different and might not respond to the same form of punishment. Hopefully seeing real numbers of how much things cost, and being faced with taking care of all of his own needs, was enough for Aaron to say, "All right, Ma, I'm sorry."

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Judging by Estella's update, it would appear her ultimatum letter is working.


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