We had a great weekend running some errands in town, passing by the christmas market, having some deep conversation in the car and watching an amazing movie at the cinema. We hope you enjoy!

Spiritual Parenting - Healing Your Children

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41 Responses to BAD PARENTING AND MOVIE NIGHT

  • Candace Dawn says:

    Interesting discussion you had about child discipline. No need to apologize
    for your rant. 🙂 Also, are there many Africans or people of color in
    Ireland? I’m a Black American.

  • Mageeelovesfrank says:

    About the bad parenting part, I grew up in an african household and my
    parents NEVER picked up a belt or a shoe or anything to beat me up for
    discipline. As a matter of fact, they never beat me. The only time I
    remember my mom giving me an ass whooping was when I played with all her
    makeup and destroyed it lol. And even then, she was not mean, it is more
    about the “wanting to discipline” than the “wanting to abuse” me. 

  • Mossonyi says:

    Adanna you hit the nail on the head with regards to discipline with kids. I
    use to think it was okay until I got some exposure on the matter. Dialogue
    does work and it’s something we need to use more x

  • Simply Angie says:

    I love how insightful you guys are God bless=)!

  • sohnia ndoye says:

    My mom used to beat me all the time and I didn’t learn shit from it .i
    tried understanding that she was trying to raise me right but I still find
    it stupid

  • Mungo Lewis says:

    When you grow-up in a physically disciplined household, you assume it’s
    normal, then when you are older you think it’s not right and there are
    other options. Adults also lose control when they are enraged and don’t
    know when to stop. But here’s the rub I turned out ok, with some great
    qualties and well balanced; which of course doesn’t justify that kind of
    up-bringing.

  • kellyann roberts says:

    Mavado!!!!!

  • tini mii says:

    when u have kids, lets have these conversation again..till then

  • MrsHoran1467 says:

    I also am against physical discipline I think that should be one of the
    last results AFTER you have tried a lot of other disciplinary actions and
    they kid is still stubborn which is actually very rare because kids
    actually respond better to 

  • Mary O says:

    What’s the name of the song that was playing in the car please? (straight
    after your discussion on child discipline).

  • MusiqQueen6 says:

    I’m Nigerian as well and I try to explain the discipline thing to my
    parents. Hitting your kids as a form of discipline is a combination of two
    things; LAZINESS (like David said) because you don’t want to explain things
    to your children (and you don’t feel you have to because you’re the parent.
    And it is a way for the parent to get their ANGER out, it doesn’t teach the
    child anything, it just helps the parents relieve their stress (like their
    frustration over what the kid did). My siblings and I turned out pretty
    good, but there are definitely safer ways to discipline children and get
    the same result. 

  • CherAndMarkie says:

    Jeeez I cracked up so much. “OH MY GOD. Cold will kill me oh” 11:07. Adanna
    you are so crazy. And I agree with the hitting thing. I know I will be
    stern and my kids will know what each stare I give them means but hitting
    is really not for me. And Mark totally detests it. He is very much like
    David who will listen to a child and understand their point of view. very
    nice 🙂 enjoyed this very much

  • Brittni Saeid says:

    You guys will make great parents!

  • carolle shiks says:

    Ihr sprecht auch Deutsch!!cool,seid ihr von Deutschland?i grew up in kenya
    and i was whopped,not just by my mum but by teachers too, kids really
    cannot voice their opinions,its sad! i’m so glad i came here coz now im
    exposed to new ways of disciplining.

  • already8use says:

    I would tap my child slightly on the hand . But not to harm them physically
    . But as they grow older I don’t think it’s a good thing to slap them or
    anything . It would just get worse .

  • volleyballspikerable says:

    Yes, I agree. I was beaten a lot as a child, same with my siblings, and to
    be honest it didn’t do shit for me. I was pretty obedient until i finished
    high school. I’m now 19 and I voice my thoughts whenever I don’t agree with
    anything my parents say. I’m not scared anymore, there’s no way in hell
    I’ll let them control me or make every decision for me.
    I know for sure I won’t put my kids through the same thing.

  • jay may says:

    hi guys its true opinions for both of you will always collide but in the
    midest you will always come to one conclusion, we africans are raised
    differently but egal and sehr brav for yo deutsch hihi and am looking
    forward for yo vlogs

  • Danielle Fouda says:

    adanna spricht aber gut Deutsch!!

  • sisieco1 says:

    The issue of disciplining a child has been an issue in the African Society.
    For me too. But thank God for civilization. I have learnt in Gemany that
    there are ways one can handle a child with soft words rather than beating.
    And God has helped me to handle the bringing up my child in loving way.

  • janice amoh says:

    can i meet you in person and you guys are so cute together lol

  • Miriam Otuyelu says:

    Is that Dundrum? Aaaawwww

  • Shay Cannes says:

    I love u Adanna and David. I pray for something like dis! AMEN!

  • Candace Dawn says:

    Interesting discussion you had about child discipline. No need to apologize
    for your rant. 🙂 Also, are there many Africans or people of color in
    Ireland? I’m a Black American.

  • Mageeelovesfrank says:

    About the bad parenting part, I grew up in an african household and my
    parents NEVER picked up a belt or a shoe or anything to beat me up for
    discipline. As a matter of fact, they never beat me. The only time I
    remember my mom giving me an ass whooping was when I played with all her
    makeup and destroyed it lol. And even then, she was not mean, it is more
    about the “wanting to discipline” than the “wanting to abuse” me. 

  • Mossonyi says:

    Adanna you hit the nail on the head with regards to discipline with kids. I
    use to think it was okay until I got some exposure on the matter. Dialogue
    does work and it’s something we need to use more x

  • Simply Angie says:

    I love how insightful you guys are God bless=)!

  • sohnia ndoye says:

    My mom used to beat me all the time and I didn’t learn shit from it .i
    tried understanding that she was trying to raise me right but I still find
    it stupid

  • Mungo Lewis says:

    When you grow-up in a physically disciplined household, you assume it’s
    normal, then when you are older you think it’s not right and there are
    other options. Adults also lose control when they are enraged and don’t
    know when to stop. But here’s the rub I turned out ok, with some great
    qualties and well balanced; which of course doesn’t justify that kind of
    up-bringing.

  • kellyann roberts says:

    Mavado!!!!!

  • tini mii says:

    when u have kids, lets have these conversation again..till then

  • MrsHoran1467 says:

    I also am against physical discipline I think that should be one of the
    last results AFTER you have tried a lot of other disciplinary actions and
    they kid is still stubborn which is actually very rare because kids
    actually respond better to 

  • Mary O says:

    What’s the name of the song that was playing in the car please? (straight
    after your discussion on child discipline).

  • MusiqQueen6 says:

    I’m Nigerian as well and I try to explain the discipline thing to my
    parents. Hitting your kids as a form of discipline is a combination of two
    things; LAZINESS (like David said) because you don’t want to explain things
    to your children (and you don’t feel you have to because you’re the parent.
    And it is a way for the parent to get their ANGER out, it doesn’t teach the
    child anything, it just helps the parents relieve their stress (like their
    frustration over what the kid did). My siblings and I turned out pretty
    good, but there are definitely safer ways to discipline children and get
    the same result. 

  • CherAndMarkie says:

    Jeeez I cracked up so much. “OH MY GOD. Cold will kill me oh” 11:07. Adanna
    you are so crazy. And I agree with the hitting thing. I know I will be
    stern and my kids will know what each stare I give them means but hitting
    is really not for me. And Mark totally detests it. He is very much like
    David who will listen to a child and understand their point of view. very
    nice 🙂 enjoyed this very much

  • Brittni Saeid says:

    You guys will make great parents!

  • carolle shiks says:

    Ihr sprecht auch Deutsch!!cool,seid ihr von Deutschland?i grew up in kenya
    and i was whopped,not just by my mum but by teachers too, kids really
    cannot voice their opinions,its sad! i’m so glad i came here coz now im
    exposed to new ways of disciplining.

  • already8use says:

    I would tap my child slightly on the hand . But not to harm them physically
    . But as they grow older I don’t think it’s a good thing to slap them or
    anything . It would just get worse .

  • volleyballspikerable says:

    Yes, I agree. I was beaten a lot as a child, same with my siblings, and to
    be honest it didn’t do shit for me. I was pretty obedient until i finished
    high school. I’m now 19 and I voice my thoughts whenever I don’t agree with
    anything my parents say. I’m not scared anymore, there’s no way in hell
    I’ll let them control me or make every decision for me.
    I know for sure I won’t put my kids through the same thing.

  • jay may says:

    hi guys its true opinions for both of you will always collide but in the
    midest you will always come to one conclusion, we africans are raised
    differently but egal and sehr brav for yo deutsch hihi and am looking
    forward for yo vlogs

  • Danielle Fouda says:

    adanna spricht aber gut Deutsch!!

  • sisieco1 says:

    The issue of disciplining a child has been an issue in the African Society.
    For me too. But thank God for civilization. I have learnt in Gemany that
    there are ways one can handle a child with soft words rather than beating.
    And God has helped me to handle the bringing up my child in loving way.

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