Title: Always in Trouble (1938)

HERMAN WITH GANGSTERS ALWAYS IN TROUBLE

Always In Trouble

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  • Toby, in Always in Trouble, is named for my stuffed dog, but he acts a lot like the real dogs I have had in my life. (Although none of the dogs I have lived with have ever volunteered to vacuum.) Our vet’s real name is Dr. Katz, and we do have our dog’s certificate from dog training school hung on the wall, just at his proper height. He hasn’t eaten it. Yet.

    I really feel for her, and the teachers, bus driver, etc. And how do I explain to my own kids about "that kid" who's always goofing off, getting in trouble, etc. at their own school? Even my kids will comments about a different boy at school that "always in trouble" and "mean", etc. As a parent, what do you say to your own kids?

  • My kids go to a city school with many kids who don't have a "perfect" home life. Yes - there have been "problem" kids. When my son first came home in (I think) and started talking about what "this boy" did and that he was "bad", always getting in trouble etc. I explained to my son that kids are at the mercy of their parents and homelife. And unfortunatly, some of these kids don't have a good homelife - no one who will help them with , make them a good meal, make sure they are clean, tuck them in bed etc. I said, lots of times, this is why these kids act out - they don't know any better. Yes, they should be punished, but they are not "bad" people. If you know better you should have empathy for these kids who have problems controlling themselves. They don't really want to get in trouble, it's just hard for them to make the right choices sometimes. My son, now in 4th grade has befriended one of these "bad" boys from his K class. They don't hang out alot or anything - my son has been his study buddy and helped him with school work and stuff.
    I see it as like a "spread the wealth" mentality. Those who are good, should share it. That's what I try to teach my kids.
    If she is doing everything that "she knows how to" and it's not working, then she needs to learn more tools - take a parenting class etc.

    Toby, in Always in Trouble, is named for my stuffed dog, but he acts a lot like the real dogs I have had in my life. (Although none of the dogs I have lived with have ever volunteered to vacuum.) Our vet’s real name is Dr. Katz, and we do have our dog’s certificate from dog training school hung on the wall, just at his proper height. He hasn’t eaten it. Yet.

    Always in Trouble
    A Bondage Video by Jon Woods. Starring Cameron Dee, Sofie Marie, Whitney Morgan, Candle Boxxx, Niki Lee Young, Brea Bennett, Aubrielle Summer, Danielle Trixie and Loren Chance with Jon Woods

  • Always in Trouble
    A Bondage Video by Jon Woods. Starring Cameron Dee, Sofie Marie, Whitney Morgan, Candle Boxxx, Niki Lee Young, Brea Bennett, Aubrielle Summer, Danielle Trixie and Loren Chance with Jon Woods

    My son is the kid who is always getting into trouble though, but she has in a very unstable situation and she could use some serious parenting classes. My daughters friend down the street is always grounded and always getting into trouble and her parents are quite good i would say. They are nice, consistent people.

Always in Trouble (Video 2014) - IMDb

"Emma's dog, Toby, was always in trouble.
On Monday he got into the garbage.
On Tuesday he ran into the road.
On Wednesday he ate a loaf of bread that Emma's dad had just baked."
No matter what day of the week it is, Toby's up to no good. His owner, Emma, doesn't know what to do! So she takes him to dog training school, where Ms. Katz teaches him everything a dog needs to know. By week's end, Toby has learned some surprising new tricks, leaving no doubt as to why he is top dog in Emma's eyes!