Parents getting involved in tween social issues is always awkward. If it's a serious problem, you have to figure out why your child is being a jerk. If it's not, you have to pretend to care while you speak with said over-involved parent.
Silly me, I thought that our kids were just going to share Barbies. I had no idea you were trying to save our souls. Sorry, but we're not into it.
Let's all take a big deep breath. No one is a 35-year-old grandparent just yet. To make sure, we'll tell them to keep their hands to themselves.
There's no polite way to tell someone that their kid is the devil, is there?
Oh sure, I'll have no problem cooking them an organic, gluten-free, sugar-free, nut-free, lactose-free lunch. That's not an issue at all.
Because who doesn't want to talk politics during their playdates?
Get ready for the pile of stinky mom guilt you're about to step in.
I mean, it can't be my child's personal choice to behave like an asshole. So we're going to blame it on your's to help me sleep at night.