A Florida mother is praised for teaching her thankless daughter a lesson after the little girl threw her brand new pouch into the trash.
Haley Hassell has a & # 39; long mom rant & # 39; uploaded on Facebook, explaining that her six-year-old daughter Presleigh is bringing the popular & # 39; LOL pencil box & # 39; had asked, but changed his mind and threw it in the bin.
The hardworking single mother Presleigh decided a & # 39; tough love lesson & # 39; to teach the item to a child who would really appreciate it – and to ensure that Presleigh uses a less than stylish plastic bag for her pencils instead.
Lesson: A Florida mother made this less-than-cute & # 39; pouch & # 39; for her daughter from a plastic bag after the six-year-old threw her beautiful new in the trash
Learning gratitude: Mom Haley Hassell, in the photo, was not impressed with the behavior of her daughters Presleigh
In the post, student nurse Haley said she was ready to surprise Presleigh with the & # 39; LOL pencil box & # 39 ;, thinking she & # 39; ecstatic & # 39; would be.
Haley clarified that her daughter had specifically asked for that case initially and that she had gone to three stores to find it.
But the surprise did not go as expected.
& # 39; When I surprised her with it, she stared at it and threw it in the trash and slammed the bedroom door shut. She shouted "That's stupid, everyone in my class has that … I don't want it anymore," & # 39; & # 39; Haley wrote.
Although she was furious with her daughter, she knew it was an opportunity to make a point.
& # 39; By that time there was probably smoke coming out of my ears and I'm trying very hard not to lose it completely with this guy that I worked so hard to take care of myself completely and make sure she always gets it what she needs and something else, & Haley said.
Trash: Although she asked her mother for the LOL box and Haley went to three places to find him, the six-year-old threw it away because & # 39; everyone in her class has it & # 39;
You are slumbering, you are losing: When her mother insisted that she should now use a plastic bag, the little girl moaned and tried to get the beautiful pencil box back – but her mother refused
& # 39; But I thought I had always taught her to be grateful to know how happy she was, but apparently needed a small wake-up call. & # 39;
Haley had the idea to present her daughter a new pencil case option: a plastic sandwich bag with the words & # 39; Presleigh & # 39; s pencil case & # 39; scribbled on it.
& # 39; She has gone mad! Suddenly the LOL box she had just thrown away was good enough and the zip pocket was horrible … but it's too late for all that, & Haley wrote.
The mother then insisted that her daughter fish it out of the trash so that they could give it to someone who would appreciate it.
& # 39; [Someone] whose mum and dad & # 39; s have no money for school supplies or someone who may not have mum or dad.
& # 39; I explained to her that she is not entitled to anything special and she naturally accepts how happy she is, & # 39; Haley continued, saying she & # 39; would personally deliver the beautiful box to a child who could benefit from it & # 39 ;.
Praised: Mothers everywhere praised Haley because she had taught her daughter an invaluable lesson in the long run
& # 39; Maybe I react too much sometimes, but I would have done everything to have all the things she does as a child. I truly believe that changing your perception [s] can be just grateful to change any situation in life, ”she concluded.
Nearly 500 people weighed on the post in the comments section.
Hard working: Haley & # 39; s mother defended her when cruel trolls attacked her online for sharing the crying image
& # 39; Wow now [that] is a good mother who has just taught a child great value in life, & # 39; said a male user.
& # 39; Yes! You do an excellent job, I welcome you. I would have done the same, & another one said.
& # 39; Well done. Hard lesson but she [will be grateful] next time, & a co-mother praised.
Haley & # 39; s own mother Sheila took the comments to say that her daughter worked so hard to take care of Presleigh.
Sheila noted that since sharing the now viral post, cruel trolls had spammed Haley's inbox with toxic reports that she was a bad mother.
A critic wrote on the schaampost that hundreds of people probably for a reason with & # 39; angry emoji & # 39; s & # 39; responded.
& # 39; I would dare to say that it is not up to her to let her use a ziploc. But more than she blows her child on Facebook, puts a photo of her upset and cries, embarrasses her. That situation should have been dealt with privately. & # 39;
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