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  1. Jody Mitoma says:

    Your niece did 9/11.

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  2. My neighbors entire family wore bibs at every meal, even the parents. The mom made them. Easier to do a quick load of bibs than all the different types of clothing under them

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  3. Bib not a issue, but a high chair still? They will be going to school soon and have to function out of a highchair to eat.

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    • She’ll realize pretty quick how it is at school and she’ll fit right in with the rest of the kids.

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    • Vanna Brule Vanna Brule says:

      I’m sure she doesn’t need it, but maybe she just likes to sit there? Kids adjust. I mean, my kid was still grazing snacks all day when she hit kindergarten and it was an adjustment when she realized that she couldn’t just eat whenever she wanted, but she figured it out. That’s life.

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  4. My son is 9 years old. I was thinking of making him wear a bib to eat. Seriously hahahah

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    • Krista LaRue Krista LaRue says:

      Hahaha. Sometimes I think that, but I’m also trying to teach table manners. My 2 year old doesn’t even sit in a booster seat anymore. I just keep reminding the boys to sit straight and eat over their plate. And if they get super messy I just throw them in the tub

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  5. The bib I dont see an issue as keeping their clothes clean makes sense. The highchair without asking about it could be the comfort of the child and not the parents wanting to hinder them. My daughter is almost 4 and sometimes she thinks its funny to sit in her sisters highchair to eat. From an outsider perspective it might seem wrong but unless you ask and know 100% why they are doing it you can’t judge their decision.

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  6. Bobs to save clothing, seems like a good idea, even if it’s tucking a napkin in the shirt. My youngest is 2 and he’s been out of highchair since about a year and a half. He sits at the table in a booster 🙂

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  7. I’m 71 yrs old and a lot of times I still have to wear my bib (that I purchased at the Halifax farmers market) especially when I eat certain meals. Hell, I’ve even taken it with me when I went for Dim Sum.

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  8. So? Maybe the kid is messy!? You don’t do their laundry so it’s not your business. Also I seen grown ups use napkins at restaurants as bibs and napkins on laps. Same thing. Find something worthy of complaining about.

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  9. I’m 45 and I still use a bib. Really cuts down on the laundry stain remover. People tell me all the time to act my age, but I’ve never been 45 before so I’m not sure what they mean.

    Plus, like you said, its none of your business unless its abusive.

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  10. You’re right.

    That’s their business, and only your problem if you make it. Parents have enough struggles to deal with on top of getting judged for the decisions they make. It’s ok for you to disagree with their methods, but it’s also ok for them to disagree with yours.

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  11. Mairi Anne Mairi Anne says:

    I’m on your side with this – too old for a high chair and a bib – she should be starting kindergarten and needs to be mature for that

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  12. Good grief, what the big deal? If she was 13 and still in the high chair then maybe you have cause for concern. You’re getting all worked up about nothing. Maybe you have too much time on your hands. I suggest you myob and focus on your own family.

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  13. Once she goes to school she ll grow up a lot and so will mom and dad.

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  14. Maybe she is picky? Maybe she likes it because she doesn’t get dirty? All kids are different and some have odd quirks – pretty much non of your business …

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  15. 5 yr old in a high chair!!! What?! Wow talk about not letting your kid grow up geezes

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  16. I have a 5 year old and I couldn’t imagine him sitting in a high chair. There’s been one in my kitchen for a year now for his sister and he’s never tried to sit in it.

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  17. If my daughter could fit in a high chair still, I’d consider this!!! At five my daughter is still SO MESSY! Who cares what they do? The child is loved and cared for. They’re doing the best for THEIR family. They aren’t doing it to be mean, it’s likely to keep the mess down. I really don’t see a problem…
    Mind your own.

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  18. I’m curious as to why this evokes such a strong reaction in you. Ask yourself if you feel judged or threatened in some way by this behaviour. Do you think that their actions somehow reflect something about yourself?

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  19. Could she be special needs. Sometimes special needs kids need different t ways to do things. But even if she’s not, really not your concern.

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  20. Sheila King Sheila King says:

    Is the child special needs? Why concern yourself with this? It doesn’t affect you, you’re being ridiculous.

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  21. Jaime Sharon Jaime Sharon says:

    4 or 5 is way too old for a high chair if theyre not special needs. Im sure op would know if she was.

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  22. Jared Ehler Jared Ehler says:

    Interestingly enough, I was just watching the episode of Game Of Thrones where Catelyn takes Tyrion to her sister’s castle as a prisoner, and we catch loving mother and son in the middle of feeding time.

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  23. Diane Peters Diane Peters says:

    The high chair at 5 is weird, I agree, unlesss the child is special needs. The bib…meh, not so much. But neither is your business.

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  24. Joy Brown Joy Brown says:

    Mind your fucking business. It is not hurting the child.

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  25. Laura Hunt Laura Hunt says:

    I don’t think this is a concern really…

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  26. Tricia Faye Raven Marion imagine if Victoria and raelynn were still in high chairs and bibs at 5 years old hahaha.

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  27. Mind your OWN BUSINESS!!!!

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  28. Kids are still really messy at 5, maybe the mom just got sick of doing loads of laundry. Who cares if she’s in a high chair? Maybe there’s a reason for it. Don’t bitch about it here, talk to them about it.

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  29. autism or some other disability maybe? Ask you brother why she still uses a highchair then you will have you answer. Maybe she needs more help than you think.

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  30. She is your nice and you care about her for sure but just maybe talk with your sister in law and brother

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  31. Who cares? For real? Every family is different, every mom/dad/parent has things they do that may seem weird or odd to other people. Totally not a big deal. If it bothers you….surprise then with a $30 booster seat and a plastic cover for a kitchen chair!

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  32. I know a four year old who is still in diapers and on the bottle and it’s not because he’s a special needs child. Some parents just don’t want to cut that cord and let their kids grow up.

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  33. I still wonder how some adults turn doorknobs.

    You’re right, though…. none of your business.
    If you had a relationship with this family member…. you’d already know the answer.

    I’m sure your life is perfect, though.

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  34. Joey Wilson Joey Wilson says:

    Definitely a mental issue

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  35. Dave Valente Dave Valente says:

    So ….this is the “triggered” page now?

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  36. Sherry Baker Sherry Baker says:

    None of my Business

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  37. Emma Fleck Emma Fleck says:

    Maybe you took her chair.

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