Probably at one time or another, almost all children read using swear words.
Heard from older guys, more mischievous peers, and even from adults, these words seem incredibly tasty, tempting to a child, and he cannot resist whispering or shouting slang words.
However, the same bad words sound differently in different children. Someone just fun in a similar way mom and dad, and someone angrily calls adults or children in the yard. So, let’s try to figure out where the legs of this problem grow at all and how to cope with it.
In childhood I was a positive girl: I obeyed my parents, respected adults. But, truth, swearing here. My grandmother told me how in 3-4 years I picked up somewhere a funny song about a kosynozhku (spider) interspersed with obscene words and singing it to everyone who is not lazy.
Adults made supposedly outraged faces, while they smiled on the sly, and this made the song even more fun.
At the same time, I did not understand the meaning of bad words, but felt only their exclusivity. Such a word, uttered by the mouth of a child, will never go unnoticed, and the young foul language will certainly receive its share of attention.
My grandmother explained to me then that only uncle alcoholics swear, after which I immediately stopped my speeches.
Such situations happen quite often. Having picked up a word, the child begins to use it in order to draw attention to himself, and the adults fall perfectly on this bait: wow, where did you learn these words and everything in the same vein.
However, if one day the child utters the forbidden word at an unnecessary moment: he calls the teacher in the kindergarten, speaks among his mother’s colleagues, just to show his skills, he will definitely get a reprimand from the parents. So it turns out that at first adults say one thing, and then another, misleading the baby.
Meanwhile, if you immediately explain to your child why it is impossible to say certain words or even just ignore them, not smile at such jokes of a child, then the need to use them will disappear from him by itself.
There used to be a boy named Timur in our yard. In spite of the fact that the child was only 4-5 years old, he, in my opinion, did not speak otherwise than with a mat.
However, like his parents. The boy’s mom and dad were not shy in expressions, and even his home was called out of the window, saying at least something on the letter b.
In general, the child clearly understood the meanings of certain expressions and could easily impose on the mother any of the grandmothers who were always sitting on the bench.
Neighbors first tried to make comments to him, and then stopped, desperate. Because periodically Timur’s mother came out and supported her son in his verbal eruptions.
Now Timur is finishing school. He still speaks the same language with his ancestors, and I am afraid that it is unlikely that something will wean him from this. After all, his main authorities, his parents, understand each other perfectly, speaking foul language.
For about two months, our two-year-old son repeated a bad word, meaning pardon, the female dog and pointed to the hallway.
Upon reflection, we decided it was this baby repeats after dad. The fact is that in our hallway a cat usually sleeps, about which dad stumbles and sometimes in a fit of anger calls out names.
Dad, of course, guilty. He rarely allows himself such statements, but never with his son. We decided that we missed one moment.
But it turned out that everything is much better. So that the stupid parents understand him, finally, and stop wondering, the kid brought the bag, pointed with a finger and announced – the female dog. In general, he called the bag like that, he simply could not utter the word completely.