I would be embarrassed if my sister had to inform me that saying no to my children would be a helpful thing. I mean....it's pathetic. Is this a thing for the cameras? Is it Adam's job to act like he's hopeless at teaching his children how to discipline themselves. That's one of the most important roles as a parent. His bragging about over indulgence is annoying. Step up and take a proper role in his children's lives, by being the leader and setting boundaries. I'd be irritated with him too, though, Danielle doesn't seem to be much better. At least she talks about doing something. But, if they were going to use 1,2,3, they should at least understand how it works and how to implement. Sending mixed signals is worse than doing nothing at all. The children don't seem content and there seems to be too much talking. That's why adding in the 1,2, 3 seemed ill advised. Showing by example and less talking might be better. And, I'm not talking about corporal punishment. I don't advocate that at all. I'm referring to demonstrations.
Oh, I suspect that other people, like teachers or sitters, who are not family, have no issue with the girl's behavior, because they act much better when away from the enabling parents. They know what they can and can't get away with, so that's why they act that way. Most of the behavioral issues that I have seen, disappear when the parents leave the house. lol
Danielle's poor mother.....my goodness. She is not an asset to this show, imo. Why is she included? I've never seen grandchildren who walk into a house and see their grandma who don't hug her. ODD.
Can someone tell me what the little one said that got her an immediate timeout when with her aunt and uncle? I heard uncle call one of the girls a jerk, then when one called him a name, she was punished. Was what she said worse than jerk?