2 Year-Old Bedtime Bandit - You'll Never Guess What He Steals!

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  • 2013-07-30T15:22:10

Dee Mulder Do you really think a 2 year old knows what theft is, it belongs to his sister and he wanted it, am sure if his parents were taping it they probably went and got it and told him wasn't his the Video was just for fun. Lighten up

  • 2013-07-30T15:15:18

Get a life, he is 2 YEARS OLD, I can still remember when my sister got a rocking chair with a music box on it standing and trying to figure out how I could do away with her so could get it for myself at about 4, that was many years ago and my sister and I love each other dearly and laugh about it all the time, GET A LIFE.

  • 2013-06-16T03:27:13

Pastr Myra Jammer, while I completely get where you are coming from I was a little disappointed that you would have spoke a "curse" over such a young and impressionable child. I say curse, when pertaining to your comment about your hopes that he was not a burglar in the making. The only thing this child is right now is a child, an empty page being written on with words and actions of all those in positions of authority to write on him/her...some of those authorities are people like you, people in ministry, having the knowledge that out of our mouths come life/death or blessings/curses. I encourage you to be more mindful of what you speak over a child, or anyone for that matter, given you are a person with such a weighty title as pastor. Furthermore, what we caught was just the video of parents getting the proof. What they did with it we can only speculate. All these comments about the nature and character of the child and his parents parenting techniques is a bit premature and unwarranted. I am curious how many parents have had no problem with pointing crooked finger at such child-ish behavior while their own children are being molded by the influences of sensationalism and seduction through and by the likes of Nicki Minaj and Lady Gaga?

  • 2013-06-05T19:56:59

I was going to say pretty much the same thing about he would not have thought of that way to open a locked door himself, no doubt watched his parents do the same when one of the kids locked the door and they needed to get in. Shows how bright he is that he not only watched but remembered how they did it. And I don't think they need to worry too much about him becoming a thief, if they teach him as every parent should, what is yours is yours, what is other peoples' is theirs, he will do fine, too young now to really understand that concept. They might stop the pillow pal liberating by buying the little boy one of his own. Pastor Jammer, you have got to be a mama yourself, you had the situation down pat.

  • 2013-05-26T07:01:09

First of all, this child is too young to use his brain in that way. He has watched his parents unlock the door with the very same tool. No child walks around with fingernail clippers. I can imagine the child locking themselves in the room and the parent needing desperately to get in - and so the little boy stood by and watched the parents do it therefore doing exactly what he sees. Trust me, there was a time when he use to whine and cry until he watched his parents open the door. That is why we must be careful as to what we do or say around the children. They are like little sponges between the ages of 0 to 8, according to a child psychologist.

  • 2013-05-26T06:58:25

I wonder if that is what Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer's parents' said when they were two Years old and carried in strangled cats into the house?

  • 2013-05-26T06:56:38

First of all, this child is too young to use his brain in that way. He has watched his parents unlock the door with the very same tool. No child walks around with fingernail clippers. I can imagine the child locking themselves in the room and the parent needing desperately to get in - and so the little boy stood by and watched the parents do it therefore doing exactly what he sees. Trust me, there was a time when he use to whine and cry until he watched his parents open the door. That is why we must be careful as to what we do or say around the children. They are like little sponges between the ages of 0 to 8, according to a child psychologist. I hope this is not a burglar in the making. Not to be judgmental or disrespectful. I thought the video was cute. And the child has excellent memory skills. However, it seems deceptive that a child would know to go and take something that does not belong to him under the guise of sneaking in the dark when no one is watching and in our world yes stealing. This needs to be explained to this child before he understands that this is okay to do all the time. But it was cute. However when a child grows up to be 22 and they have this type of skill and think to go after things this way then they will probably wound up in jail. That is not to cute. Watch him! They're very very smart and knowledge is a very very dangerous thing If used in the improper way or in the wrong hands or given to him too early. It is stealing, no doubt about it....and deceptive to take something that doesn't belong to you. And I agree with the previous writer please get the child a bed buddy of his own. Sorry for my harsh criticism. The video was cute, Discovering how he was getting in. However it wasn't cute to watch his method. I don't think a child should know how to take or steal from anyone at that age. Trust me a child knows a lot more about right from wrong than we believe or know.

  • 2013-05-26T00:05:01

First of all, this child is too young to use his brain in that way. He has watched his parents unlock the door with the very same tool. No child walks around with fingernail clippers. I can imagine the child locking themselves in the room and the parent needing desperately to get in - and so the little boy stood by and watched the parents do it therefore doing exactly what he sees. Trust me, there was a time when he use to whine and cry until he watched his parents open the door. That is why we must be careful as to what we do or say around the children. They are like little sponges between the ages of 0 to 8, according to a child psychologist. I hope this is not a burglar in the making. Not to be judgmental or disrespectful. I thought the video was cute. And the child has excellent memory skills. However, it seems deceptive that a child would know to go and take something that does not belong to him under the guise of sneaking in the dark when no one is watching and in our world yes stealing. This needs to be explained to this child before he understands that this is okay to do all the time. But it was cute. However when a child grows up to be 22 and they have this type of skill and think to go after things this way then they will probably wound up in jail. That is not to cute. Watch him! They're very very smart and knowledge is a very very dangerous thing If used in the improper way or in the wrong hands or given to him too early. It is stealing, no doubt about it....and deceptive to take something that doesn't belong to you. And I agree with the previous writer please get the child a bed buddy of his own. Sorry for my harsh criticism. The video was cute, Discovering how he was getting in. However it wasn't cute to watch his method. I don't think a child should know how to take or steal from anyone at that age. Trust me a child knows a lot more about right from wrong than we believe or know.

  • 2013-05-10T08:41:46

This is one SMART little bandit! Agree: chill, everyone - but do instruct. I'd be proud of him, if he were mine. He's definitely a gifted problem solver - and since the parents put this on GODtube, I'm sure they will teach him to use his gifts to glorify God. Thanks for posting! :-)

  • 2013-05-02T03:07:30

Awwww he was lonesome.....just looking for some comfort too......Donna Mulder you're just kidding right!

  • 2013-05-01T18:05:07

too cute!

  • 2013-04-30T10:13:08

If they are anything like mine the sister probably took HIS pillow pet & he was just getting it back!

  • 2013-04-27T22:46:31

He seems very smart to me. Who at the age of two would think of using fingernail clippers to unlock a door? I say he saw someone else do it and realized he could do it too. He needs his own pillow pet so the little guy can get his sleep :)

  • 2013-04-26T14:59:02

While i basically agree with you -- have you heard of the marshmallow test? Basically this is character issue and at such a young age I agree with you - no need for people to freak out BUT they do need to guide. You are right about how the kids usually push and shove to get their way. Kids do this type of thing all the time and yet the parents were smart enough to get the video. I doubt the door was actually locked - have you ever tried to break into door that is locked with nail clippers? LOL I can't even use the stupid generic thing that opens those locks. I agree with you about the parents have a challenge to guide. Most people don't even know that the major component in discipline is train - (not necessarily to punish) --- many will expect the kids to know something and apply punishment without doing the first thing they should do which is teach..... teach.... teach.

  • 2013-04-25T18:52:16

:) Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. Proverbs 22:6

  • 2013-04-03T13:10:54

OK, I've had my say to a couple people, now you can have a go at me & my point of view. This is a VERY smart & creative child. Children this age do not usually have a sense of right & wrong but do know what they want. Some but not all are this crafty in getting what they want. They usually scream & cry. I'd much rather have a child like him so I could direct his abilities, determination & curiosity in a positive way which to me is far easier than dealing with a child that screams & cries which is manipulation at an early age-- normal also. He isn't being a brat or a snot, he is merely using his brain (advance ability) to get what he wants which is normal for a 2-3 year old. If he were snatching it away from his sister, pushing her down & taking it away, things like that would be a different situation & have need for stern correction and direction. He is extremely clever to have figured out how to use the clippers as a key, return them to his hiding place & continue with his plan. His parents have a job ahead of themselves to keep up with him, direct his actions and yet encourage him to continue to use that clever and quick mind. It would be a sad thing to destroy his curiosity & abilities leaving him frustrated & angry because this is when you will see the negative take over & he just might use his abilities in a destructive way for getting what he wants in his adult life. I think his parents know him well, they were clever to use a camera to watch and see. This lil' guy comes by his intelligences & creativity honestly! lol!

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