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Mom Discovers Her Boys Were Rude To Bus Driver, Turns Heads With 'Tough Love' Punishment

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Jenn Brown was more than willing to make her boys, ages 7 and 10, pay for acting out on the bus.

The two boys had been acting out on the bus, and she was informed that if their behavior didn’t change, they would not be allowed on it.

On Tuesday, Jenn taught them a valuable lesson by having them walk 7.2 km to school. To top it off, she created a sign explaining the situation and had them carry it.

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The sign read: "Being bad and rude to our bus driver, mom is making us walk." Jenn took a picture of the boys carrying the sign and posted it on Facebook.

"And then I thought, I probably should make a sign because we live in a really good area and a lot of people that drive by are going to stop and ask if we want a ride," she said. "So the intent of the sign was so passing motorists don't offer us a ride because this is the situation, they're being bad and rude to the bus driver."

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Speaking to CTV Windsor's Sacha Long, Jenn stated that she had been criticized for what some people called “shaming” her kids, but she maintained that this wasn't the case at all.

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"Did I think that many people would be interested in me walking my kids go school? absolutely not. Would I have put it on Facebook if this was going to be the outcome? absolutely not. Have I learned a lesson? Yes, the power of social media is very powerful and when someone sees a story, they pick what they want and they make their own story," she said.

Jenn stated that the two hour walk to school provided them with the chance to spend some quality time together. She also revealed that she had received a card from the bus driver, who thanked her for teaching the boys a lesson.

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