Mama, do you know what, A wanted to steal F's wallet in the school.
I was shocked with what I heard so I asked her to repeat them word for word.
MC slowly told her story again: A saw that F's wallet is full of money so she thought of trying to steal that wallet. But MC told her that she must not do that.
And then she admitted with a frown that since A kept on pestering her about it, MC told her she should just go and do it. Upon hearing those words, my husband intervened and told her...' next time you should simply keep quiet or inform the teacher that someone is pestering you that you cannot concentrate on school works.'
He explained further that she might be blamed if the wallet is reported lost or worst, if reported stolen.'
And I added that the next time A or someone else talks to you about stealing, inform the teacher.
I hope we said the right things. We cannot choose the friends of our children but we could always tell them how they should behave when their friends go astray.