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    Quote Originally Posted by yy_ling View Post
    you mean to have an enclosure?
    Now it's beginning to sound like a cage..

    Mind you, I was just joking. Unless you really put kids in a cage, they'll climb over anything.

    IMHO, if you're gonna bring a kid on court and play without supervising that kid.. don't bring that kid with you. Seriously. It spoils others' game, and increases the possibility of injury to that kid. Play WITH the kid on court.

    Then again, I'm too young to give parental advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne View Post
    Then again, I'm too young to give parental advice.
    true that, true that

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    Parents could bribe their children, say sit here and dont move and i'll give you candy later.

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    Well, if you give them candy now, they'll be immediately distracted . Distract them as long as you need, unless it results in diabetes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne View Post
    Now it's beginning to sound like a cage..

    Mind you, I was just joking. Unless you really put kids in a cage, they'll climb over anything.

    IMHO, if you're gonna bring a kid on court and play without supervising that kid.. don't bring that kid with you. Seriously. It spoils others' game, and increases the possibility of injury to that kid. Play WITH the kid on court.

    Then again, I'm too young to give parental advice.

    Instead of a cage or a barrier around, lets try a dog lease always seem to work with my little sister, never once was she in the wrong place or missing . i also agree about kids running into the courts, i really hate that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne View Post
    I stomped on a kid's foot before. Normally I can 'sense' someone behind me(usually occurs at baseline), but it was during a tournament, and it was an intense rally(it must have been, it was one nasty stomp).
    ..i thought stomping is part of badminton (you guys probably know/have seen, once in a while, a player will give a soft, medium, loud quick stomp on the floor/court with his/her foot, the same time s/he hits the shuttlecock)..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiroisuke View Post
    Well, if you give them candy now, they'll be immediately distracted . Distract them as long as you need, unless it results in diabetes.

    thats a great idea, but after they're done eating the candy, they will be very hyper because of the sugar rush lol

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    back when I was a child, my parents would not even allow me to run around. They were really strict. I still remembered when I meddled with the goods on the supermarket shelf or leaned on something, I had a dressing down.
    well good thing they were strict. although it made me really silent, but I would not want to see what I am now if they had not diciplined me like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yy_ling View Post
    back when I was a child, my parents would not even allow me to run around. They were really strict. I still remembered when I meddled with the goods on the supermarket shelf or leaned on something, I had a dressing down.
    well good thing they were strict. although it made me really silent, but I would not want to see what I am now if they had not diciplined me like that.
    Poor you.
    Dressing down?

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    dressing down means scolding

    by the way i once bumped a kid onto the groud while i was moving backwards...and after that we all scolded him for running into the court. Don't think anyone pitied him though it prolly hurts for him

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