I'm gonna stick my neck out here and say no hugging! Now, that doesn't apply to my home because hugging is totally allowed. Since my kids will never again set foot inside a public school, I don't have to worry to much. However, for the kids that are in public schools, why are they there? It's supposed to be to learn. Not hug. So I have absolutely no problem with no hugging in public schools. Maybe without the hugging, the kids would actually learn to count change back to people once they take their job at the local McDonald's! LOL!
HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY JENNY - MAY THIS COMING YEAR BRING YOU TRIPLE THE LOVE, JOY, FAITH AND HOPE THAT YOU GIVE OTHERS - YOU ARE AN ANGELTHANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO AND FOR BEING YOU! HAPPY BIRTHDAY,From Lori (Crystal Martin's and Nancy Brown's Mom) XOXOXO
I agree with Sonya. I remember when I was in highschool hugging, holding hands, or even standing too close (obvious love relationship) was a huge no-no. They considered it an un-nessacary distraction. Now that I'm a mom, I have to say I agree with it. I want my children learning not necking, hugging, or holding hands.
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